Upload & Sell: On
On the road the day before yesterday; here's an image taken with the CV 12/5.6 on the X-E1 (ignore the EXIF; I m trying to learn C1Pro7, and I did not set the focal length in the camera and I can't see how to edit the data!).
This is a converted Raw, but on my MBA, I can't see any significant difference between the processed image and the jpeg SOOC.
And I did not do any chromatic aberration correction, nor vignetting correction—this is an UWA, but we are only using part of its immense width on an APS-C sensor. DOF is immense (shot at ƒ11), and the lens was focussed by scale (~1.5m). 100% inspection reveals the trees on the far ridge are very sharp. All writing on the grave stones is perfectly legible. C1Pro's default sharpening for this camera is 140 (but I do not know what that really means), and I will wait until I can put these images up on the big monitor before saying anything else.