There was a bug in the build of the MS-Windows version of UFRaw-0.11.
The effect of the bug was that UFRaw failed to read EXIF data from
Fuji RAF files. This is now fixed.
If you are an MS-Windows user with a Fuji camera, you should download
ufraw-0.11-setup.exe again. I did not bump UFRaw's version so it is
still version 0.11. The only indication that you are downloading a
different file is that the new file size is 1,225,384 bytes, which is
about 400 bytes larger than the previous one.
I will use this opportunity to mention two more supported cameras,
which I have omitted in the last mail:
* Canon EOS-1D Mark iii
* Olympus SP510UZ
On 3/6/07, Udi Fuchs <udifuchs@...> wrote:
> UFRaw-0.11 was just released. The highlight of this release is the new
> handling of image highlights, which takes care of both highlight
> restoration and highlight clipping.
> Highlight restoration is relevant when applying negative exposure
> correction in UFRaw. This allows to restore details that were
> originally clipped. The restoration can be done either in HSV space
> giving sharp details or in LCH space giving soft natural details.
> Highlight clipping is relevant when applying positive exposure
> correction in UFRaw. In this case highlights have to be clipped. Until
> now UFRaw applied digital clipping, which is scientifically correct,
> but can give harsh results. There is now an option to apply soft,
> filmlike clipping of highlights.
> In this version, Canon DSLR users finally get correct exposure by
> default. Until now the default output for these cameras was
> underexposed by about one stop.
> UFRaw is now translated to Danish, French, Japanese, Portuguese and Russian.
> If you want to have UFRaw in your mother tongue, read the instructions at:
> New cameras supported in this version (thanks to dcraw 8.62):
> * Canon PowerShot A610
> * Canon PowerShot A620
> * Canon PowerShot S2 IS
> * Canon PowerShot S3 IS
> * Casio EX-Z4
> * Fuji FinePix S6000fd
> * Kodak DCS200
> * Leica Digilux 3
> * Leica D-LUX3
> * Leica V-LUX1
> * Nikon D40
> * Olympus E-400
> * Panasonic DMC-L1
> * Pentax K10D