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Old 09-12-2008, 04:24 PM
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d40 dun have auto bracketing rite?
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Can Photomatix work with NEF or need to convert images to TIFF first?
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works with NEF too. if too many frames, the writing speed may slow down towards the end say, the 9th frame
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nope .. dun hav
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works with NEF too. if too many frames, the writing speed may slow down towards the end say, the 9th frame
Yes you are right, I just notice must actually specify more than one NEF file first before the OK button is enabled. Thanks
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i'm use photomatix 3.0, the problem is, this software cannot work with CR2 (raw)format ( canon eos). can anybody tell me why??
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i'm use photomatix 3.0, the problem is, this software cannot work with CR2 (raw)format ( canon eos). can anybody tell me why??
I suggest you write to Photomatix with a support request, they will help you
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i'm use photomatix 3.0, the problem is, this software cannot work with CR2 (raw)format ( canon eos). can anybody tell me why??

try re-install ur program..i'm using photomatrix 3.0 and ..it's working fine with my raw file..
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Question One RAW vs Three JPGs

Hi guys,

I have a question.. which would give better results, or when would you use the different methods:

1. One pic in RAW format, or
2. Three pics (say -2,0,+2 EV comp) in JPEG format?

Would #1 be better if you don't have a tripod?
Does option #2 give you more details in the two extreme ends of the "dynamic range"?

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Option #2 is ALWAYS better.
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