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  1. I ordered a X100S the other day and am waiting for delivery. I am aware that general opinions are the JPEGs straight out of this camera are very good. Certainly I am going to try and experiment with this camera. However my main workflow is to make images in RAW and to convert them to DNG when downloading by using Lightroom. Yesterday I came across a discussion on the internet (although it was an old thread) that someone was having problems with converting RAF to DNG. I use Lightroom 4.4 (version 10.9) and CS6 on OSX 10.94. Do you think I will have the similar problem? Or was
  2. I've had a fujifilm x100s for a few months. Hoping it would prove a useful 'carry round' camera that I would be able to use to submit to alamy. My first submissions got through Alamy QC with no problem but my last few have all failed for 'Newtons rings or interference patterns' due to the existence of a very fine grid when viewing at 100%. This grid seems present on all images, even those that passed QC. Here is a 100% segment that shows the grid: I would very much appreciate any advice from anyone. Thanks, Papa.
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