Hear hear. I am impressed.
Back on topic. The NRW is Nikon new raw file format and can be found in
the Nikon CoolPix P6000. Here is an article about it:
I spoke with LightCrafts yesterday & they told me that Lightzone can
decode the NRW format by renaming the file extension to NEF. I have not
tried this yet, but they did send me a screenshot of my NRW raw file
file opened in Lightzone, which is a relief.
Ufraw does decode this so think it is just a matter of telling the ufraw
gimp plugin to recognise the the extension, or have ufraw correctly pass
this to Gimp. I know very little about how this works so think someone
more knowledgeable ought to shed more light.
Marc Carson wrote:
> OT: Paul, just wanted to say that this is the most astoundingly
> over-the-top use of an HTML email I have ever seen, and seeing it on
> this list in particular is almost like some sort of a gift to those of
> us with a dark sense of humor. :-) Bravo
> On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 11:46 PM, Paul Naude <p.na...@esteq.com> wrote:
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>> I use Nikon's NEF raw format without problem (NIKON D5000). I am not sure
>> why you have a NRW format. What camera do you have?
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