... I wonder what 'broke' between 3.7 and 4 ?
From the Adobe DNG forum
It has to be something to do with the 45 degree orientation of the Fuji CCD sensors. It's not just with Adobe, I've seen odd orientations with other RAW interpreters/convertors.
Although viewing the files in Bridge:
Original .RAf EXIF Orientation: Normal
DNG from same file Orientation: Rotate -90, Flip Vertical
Now that you mention the 45 degree Fuji sensor issue, I believe I've heard that mentioned elsewhere. If that's the real cause, I wonder if the converter can be taught how to deal with it?
Camera: Fuji Finepix s9100
Adobe DNG Converter version 220.127.116.11
In BreezeBrowser I can see the following
The DNG, reversed and rotated -90, the original RAF (correctly oriented and the TIF created from the RAF by s7raw, also correctly oriented (Tried to add an image here but it didn't work)
Thank you all for your answers.
So it looks like the new Fuji sensor is confusing the DNG converter. Too bad.
Here is what it looks like