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Author Topic: Anyone using Mike's profile for Canon 5D Mark II or 7D?  (Read 3908 times)
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« on: August 01, 2010, 06:12:28 PM »

I was wondering if anyone is using Mike's profile for the Canon 5D Mark II or 7D in Qimage Ultimate and what your thoughts are on the profile versus not using the profile. If the profile targets are being submitted by
different people under different shooting conditions how is consistency achieved in producing a final profile for a particular camera? Would a slightly different profile be made if someone else shot the target under different lighting conditions?

Thanks,
Andy
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« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2010, 04:47:08 PM »

Maybe part of the reason my Raw conversions for the 5D look so good is that I forgot I purchased a profile from Mike and installed it in Studio so Ultimate has been using it. For some reason I never used Studio for raw processing much, even after purchasing the profile, so I forgot I had the profile. I think it was a stop gap measure until Phase One added support for the 5D Mark II into C1 at the time I purchased the profile. Now I'll just have to decide if I should get the profile for the 7D in the future. Smiley

(I was looking through old CDs this morning and saw the CD I burned the downloaded profile to......... and sure enough, it was installed.)

Andy
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