Ah yes, thx for reply.
I was looking at that as well. Adobe is using its own DNG converter
I heard good things about it, but too bad for me that its only win/osx 
again and it is yet again another layer of conversion. That is why i was 
looking at UFRAW and DCRAW instead. Not sure if you have any test examples 
but I was unable to find any meaninful differences where dcraw or ufraw 
would destroy any raw data.

On Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 8:21:31 AM UTC-7, Erik Krause wrote:
> Am 12.07.2018 um 17:05 schrieb Albert Szostkiewicz: 
> > Could you elaborate please? what is your choice of converter that is 
> giving 
> > you best result ? 
> > "decent converter" is not a suggestion. 
> I use Adobe Camera Raw, since I happen to own a Photoshop CS6 license. 
> Lightroom uses the same raw conversion engine, BTW. Before that I used 
> the raw converter that came with my EOS 5D, Digital Photo Professional, 
> but never went back. ACR is so much better, especially if you use third 
> party lenses. 
> I tested RawTherapee some years ago. The results where just fine but 
> back then it was less reliable. This might have changed. Other people 
> swear on DxO and find it superior to ACR, but I never tried that. 
> As for my workflow: I batch convert with ACR to 16bit TIFF, then batch 
> merge and tonemap (in case of bracketed shots) with SNS-HDR lite, then 
> stitch. 
> -- 
> Erik Krause 
> http://www.erik-krause.de 

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