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Iridient X-Transformer beta brings much-loved X-Trans processing to Windows: Digital Photography Review Iridient Digital, maker of the popular Iridient Developer Raw conversion software for Mac, has announced a public Beta of a Fujifilm Raw converter utility for Windows. Iridient X-Transformer is a standalone utility that takes RAF files from Fujifilm cameras and demosaics them before saving them as DNG files. This allows Windows users to access the well-regarded processing look that is popular among Mac-owning X-Trans shooters. Camera support covers all but the very latest X-series models and covers cameras both with X-Trans and Bayer color filter patterns. The software is designed to give files that are optimized for the conversion software you then import into, with the option to add tags to prevent Lightroom from duplicating the sharpening or noise reduction you've chosen to apply with X-Transformer, and options defining the handling of lens corrections. The software offers control over the following parameters:
Photography forum Login or Join Now Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more Can't Access your Account? New to ePHOTOzine? Weird Photo Manipulation Art by ~Toxicclowd This post features a collection of bizarre photo manipulations done by some creative deviantart artists. 22 photos by *RubberSun 6 Stylish Camera Accessories Home » featured, Travel Prep Written by guest17 September 2011One Comment I fully believe in the motto “all the gear but no idea” because if you don’t have a clue what you’re doing, you might as well try and fake it – for instance, I have tons of top of the range running gear but the reality is that I struggle to walk up the hill by my house to the bus stop without having to stop for air, but that doesn’t stop me looking like I’m about to be part of the next Olympics team. The same goes for me and photography – I might not always know what I’m doing but hey I’m still all over the cute accessories. 1.
Depth of Field, Angle and Field of View, and Equivalent Lens Calculator - Points in Focus Photography For the supported formats it will calculate the hyperfocal distance, near and far depth of field and total available depth of field for the lens specified. As well as the equivalent lens in one of the other supported formats. Where the equivalent lens produces the same depth of field and perspective. The original DSLR camera simulator Lighting Lighting is the single biggest determinant of how your camera needs to be set. With only a few exceptions, you can never have too much light.
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Review FeaturesHandlingPerformanceVerdict and ratingsSpecification In 2004, Nikon's D70 camera caused quite a stir, offering some features and resolution seemingly reserved for contemporary professional and semi-pro bodies such as the D1x and the D100, but at a cut down, bargain basement price. At the time the specification and overall performance was so good for the price, it pretty much made the D100 redundant as it offered little extra for its higher price point. Over time Nikon have made this a bit of a habit. When the D300 camera was announced in 2007, it pretty much made the older D2x redundant, except for those who had the need for hammering nails with their camera. In their continued effort to blur divisions between different levels of camera within their range, Nikon have now released the D7000, which sits at the top of their consumer SLR range. Nikon's D7000 is sealed against dust and moisture.