For starters, is there any good reason why UFRaw should be used for anything
other than opening a RAW file before transporting it to Gimp?

What I really wanted to ask was, Why, when open up an image in UFRaw and it
looks great, even when zoomed in as much as allowed. However, when you sent it
to Gimp via UFRaw, when you zoom into even a small amount the image is very
pixelated. When or how did it become downsized or some sort of processing that
might cause this to happen? Is it possible to bring in a RAW file and retain
it's sharpness?

Thanks for anyone's help in regards to this.

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