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Nikon D70 NEF and IVMP

 
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jeremyrh



Joined: 20 Nov 2004
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2004 11:14 am    Post subject: Nikon D70 NEF and IVMP Reply with quote

OK - I'm new around here, so I may be talking rubbish, but ...

what I understand is that the RAW files direct from the D70 camera are partially anti-aliased by the filter in front of the sensor, and that to have a fully anti-aliased image you need to complete the job which is done automatically by the Photoshop plug-in, or in Nikon Capture.

Can anyone confirm that this is, in fact, correct, and not just a figment of my imagination, and, that being the case, what are the implications in terms of using IVMP 2.6 in a workflow, archiving etc?

cheers,

Jeremy.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2004 4:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jerry I'm not sure I understand your concerns. Yes iView needs to decode D70 raw files, and it uses Nikon's software (Nikon View 6) and SDKs to do it. All iView does with NEFs is display, annotate, rename, search for, print, make HTML galleries, from them. Is isn't a raw converter per se, but can do so with limited control.

How's iView fit in the D70 workflow? I can download with it, rename, caption, and delete the duds. Then it's off to my favorite raw converter. Back to iView, I import conversions (JPGs, TIFFs, whatever), print contact sheets, and make a HTML gallery. I then burn CD for clients upload the HTML gallery, and backup to external drives.

iView is the epicenter of my workflow. That's all!
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