Hello and thanks for the follow up. Here is what the screen says.
C:\>dcraw -v -T -4 8866.RAF
Loading Fujifilm FinePix S5Pro image from 8866.RAF...
Scaling with darkness 0, saturation 15872, and
multipliers 2.064190 1.000000 1.131330 1.000000
Rotating image 45 degrees...
Converting to sRGB colorspace...
Writing data to 8866.tiff ...
It did create a tiff file.
Now it seems to be working except that as in the second image it is hung up at Please Wait. Processing goes no further.
This is after clicking on Develop.
Hi Craig, but what does the black window say when clicking on 'Develop'? or it just opens and shuts down quickly? have you tried to develop all those 3 files individually with DCRAW from the command line and all three worked? are all of them low DR Fuji files?
Anyway, there are some reasons why you shouldn't use Zero Noise with Fuji S5Pro RAF files:
- First because that camera has an extended DR mode which does this for yourself: if set in high DR mode it shoots 2 RAW files at just one shot to expand the captured dynamic range. It's an HDR camera itself and there is no point to do several captures at risk of misalingment or other issues when your camera can do it for you. You already paid for that, so what's the point of achieveing HDR through additional software?.
- Second because due to its very particular photocaptor distribution, only the Fuji Hyper Utility RAW developer is suited to give the best resolution and performance on RAF files. DCRAW will use a somewhat poor PPG interpolation (see your screenshots) to decode the RAF data, with additional 45º rotation and providing only 6Mpx images instead 12Mpx which is the optimum in RAF files.
To find out more about the Fuji Super CCD: FUJI SUPER CCD. IN-CAMERA HDR
, I think the online translation (click Union Jack on the left) can suffice.