FastrawViewer Monochrome2DNG 0.8 Released For Monochrome Converted Cameras

FastrawViewer released Monochrome2DNG 0.8 for processing RAW files from monochrome converted cameras like the ones made by maxmax that offers pre-converted Fujifilm X-Pro1 and X100S cameras. This software creates a true monochrome RAW file from the color raw file.

  • It takes input files from cameras that have been converted to monochrome.
  • It then saves it as “truly” monochrome DNG files, suitable for using with popular converters that support the DNG format (that is to say, almost all of them).
  • With this:
  • One can turn on automatic “monochrome” recognition and convert only the files from converted cameras (so one can process a large archive that has both color and monochrome files in it quickly, in one pass).
  • Automatic mosaic pattern suppression is supported (output files will not have 1-pixel grid patterns)
  • Several formats for output DNG are supported, which allows one to use their RAW converter optimally.
  • Filter input files by Vendor/Model/Camera serial to process large archives faster.

The software isn’t targeted at a specific camera type and so any camera supported by libraw should work fine.

You can download Monochrome2DNG 0.8 here.

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