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Jerry, I do postprocess here and there.........sometimes more, sometimes less, but my pp time is measured in minutes per image, not hours, let alone days.
One reason for that is that I discard lottsa shots and keep only those that look good enough SOOC.
Consequently, my keeper rate is quite low.
As far as 1DX is concerned, it is a very good camera. I still have not optimised my long range JPG shots with it, but I will eventually get there.
It's funny Peter, I still fall back into my old film mindset. A high keeper rate was mandatory, I shot slide film exclusively, if you weren't prepared, knew your gears inside/out, you didn't take your time, know how to compose, what light to shoot in, this hobby got real expensive...not just film costs but time lost
My keeper rate is quite low with digital, if it ain't sharp it's in the bin, no PP can fix an out-of-focus shot or botched exposure. The huge advantage with digital for me is the ability to crop, sometimes a bit of extra frame helps given my wheeled challenges!