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Authored by: sv1cec on Feb 14, '10 07:23:42AM

Well, my procedure seems to be useless now that Apple announced Aperture 3 and posted the new Digital Camera Support (DCS) package, which supports the Canon S90 raw.

However I noticed one issue with the latest DCS, which is probably due to distortion correction applied. Have a look at the two images below.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v323/sv1cec/posts_pictures/2Resized.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v323/sv1cec/posts_pictures/1Resized.jpg

The first is produced with the procedure outlined above, while the second is from the same image shown with Xee. As you can see the second image is cropped on all four sides.

Also, I discovered that my procedure introduces a "hot pixel" in the CR2 files treated.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v323/sv1cec/posts_pictures/IMG_0333_pixel.jpg

Can you please tell me if you can see that pixel too?



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