thanks for replying. I just downloaded the recent raw update and it seems to me that vignetting has got a little better. The oversaturation in the blue and magenta (not actually red, as I stated in my email) channels, as well as the chromatic aberration, however, are still present in the raw converted images.
See the attached picture, where in-camera JPEG and Aperture-converted RAW are compared.
What should be have been changed, Leonie? Aperture has no automatic lens correction for CAs or vignetting, nor does it support in-camera picture styles with custom color settings. Maybe a future version of Aperture will. Lens correction and perspective control are highly desired features, I hope Apple will release that major update in a not too distant future.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 13, 2013 5:06 AM (in response to Johannes Lietz)
What should be have been changed, Leonie?
The over saturated colors. I did not expect lens correction to be added by a simple raw compatibity update, but we have seen problems with oversaturated colors been caused by faulty raw updates, for example Camera Raw update (4.08) :
This problem was fixed with Camera Raw update (4.09), but it may have introduced a problem with oversaturated colors, as seen in the examples above, that is why I have been asking -hoping that a new raw compatibility update might solve any such problems.