#3. "RE: D7000 raw files and ufraw/rawstudio" In response to Reply # 1
Thanks for the reply. I visited the web site and checked the list of supported cameras and did not see the D7k, but comments found in a google search led me to believe it did, which is why I asked. Good to know.
#5. "RE: D7000 raw files and ufraw/rawstudio" In response to Reply # 2
I'm interested in knowing if there is a significant number of Linux users in the Nikonians family. I am a systems programmer with detailed knowledge of TIFF internals and I enjoy using Open Source software to process my images from a Nikon D200. Currently I use either RawStudio or RawTherapee to do the RAW to TIFF conversion and either GIMP or FotoXX to do additional processing. Recent developments in Color Space management with icc profiles has made a huge improvement in this process. My needs are for ICC profiles for my Nikon Coolscan IV ED slide scanner and various color printer profiles. I haven't used Windows in so long that I doubt I can install Nikon software just to extract the color profiles that come with the software. Does anyone know of a source of ICC profiles for the Nikon Coolscan scanners? I would also like to find a source of Adobe Lens Correction profiles that can be used to automatically correct for falloff and distortions known to exist with various lenses.
Is anyone interested in discussing image processing under Linux?
#6. "RE: D7000 raw files and ufraw/rawstudio" In response to Reply # 5
I am a long time linux user. I started using it when it wasn't cool (93). My workflow is rapid-downloader-->either Bibble5 or Aftershot Pro (same thing mostly but Corel bought out Bibble)--> Gimp for retouch and printing. As to your queries about ICC profiles etc I am not aware of any sources. Bibble/AFS also has the lens profiles and AFS wasn't expensive.
#4. "RE: D7000 raw files and ufraw/rawstudio" In response to Reply # 0
Hi - I am a Linux user, and can report that ufraw and all the programs that depend on it support the D7000. When I plugin my D7000 into my Fedora 14 desktop, Shotwell will import photos from both cards, but you do get a couple of error messages regarding mounting of the cards (if they both have the same label). However, everything seems to work after that.