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    More of a theoretical task than anything else, but I can envision some real usefulness for this:

    Can anyone think of a way to make an ideal (ie: perfect) test target as a Raw file? Photographing a test target won't work, it needs to be some way to make a perfect target (via Photoshop or some other way) and exporting as a Raw file (and Save As...Photoshop RAW won't work, that's a different kind of raw).

    So, a perfect (ie: 0,0,0 0,0,255 0,255,0 255,0,0 128,128,128 etc.) file that opens in Camera Raw. Can it be made (or has it already been made)?
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