> I know, it's just an artificial target. OTOH, it's about the only way to do
> serious, head-to-head comparisons. It does
> have a wide array of components that show up various kinds of differences.
It's in different lighting that I see the different cameras react
differently. The lighting for the sample targets is too consistent and
> You are back on the JPEG soapbox again?
Nope. Definitely not. However, I do agree with some individuals that
the in-camera processing can be better in regards to noise and color
accuracy than Adobe. Beyond that, no reason to.
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