Adobe Bridge DNG and Samsung

This is a discussion on Adobe Bridge DNG and Samsung within the Post-Processing forums, part of the Photography Tips category; A strange thing is happening with the DNG raw files produced by the GX20. They look fine when captured on the LCD, fine when viewed ...


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    A strange thing is happening with the DNG raw files produced by the GX20. They look fine when captured on the LCD, fine when viewed in Bridge, but as soon as one is selected, not even opened in Camera RAW, it loses saturation, contrast, brightness, well it just looks bad.

    Same file, viewed and opened in Samsung's RAW converter is fine.
    This does not happen with the RAW files form the Sony A100.

    Any ideas?
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