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Bobby yes correct about raw in adobe. I new when writing and in a hurry as about to go out I would make incoherent statements, I aught to have learnt by know.
Yet as I see , when Olympus viewer is used Raw files do take on certain settings and are affected, by such settings as warm colors, which is a part of the WB settings, sharpening and noise reduction.
For instance if I set sharpening at +2 in camera and shoot raw, then import into Olympus viewer, In the raw developer time line with the pointer on the file, the information shows sharpening +2. Now if I go to alter this through the setting in the raw menu developer it is set to Zero and it does not alter what the file menu is saying. This is odd as the menu reads nil, yet the files info reading +2. does this refer to the embedded jpeg? Except when you render the raw file into a Jpeg and then alter the sharpening to -2 and can see visibly it has done so, the file info still reads +2 for the Raw.
Now I made a huge presumption and thought adobe would do something similar,but it appears it does it's own thing. Anyway I always seem to get something that resembles a photo most of the time and that is what matters. It is also something I have minimal insight into, and am aware a little knowledge or incomplete knowledge is a guess, if not a complete mess. But thanks for pointing that out. .
sangdabom73 i get, sorry. I also have the 5DMK2. The opposite has happened to me. I have left it on the shelf for a long time. On using the 5D again recently I had become so used to the Olympus files that I found the Canons hard to use. It took a short while to get back into their characteristics.