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Thoughts on various raw processors

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    Someone mentioned Darktable in another thread. I myself have been following the rebirth of Lightzone. I get lots of requests for shows about Capture One.

    So tell us about the various raw processors you've used. Don't forget to include what you like and what you don't like about each.
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