On the desktop, I decided to stick with Ubuntu Studio 14.04, since it's my productivity box, including photography and design, so I wanted something stable. The version of KDE shipped with Trusty screwed up all the GTK software after I went back to the Ubuntu Studio Xfce interface, so I dumped it and started over with a new home directory. But on the laptop, with a pure Kubuntu installation, I really like it. It's also a lot faster, although that might have something to with the fact that I didn't have time to clutter it up yet 😜
I ordered a new hard disk, which is on the way and should get here tomorrow. The plan is to totally start over with my Ubuntu Studio installation. Then I will also install the latest version of ASP, hopefully that will fix a few things. I'm also planning on leaving some room for a native Windows 7 installation, so I can also take a look at the Sony software. From what I've seen so far, though, the overall image quality looks pretty good.
Left picture is the unedited RAW export, right one the camera JPG.
By the way, I also found a flaw; how did the actual crop report to its destination if the guy who was supposed to deliver it was being shipped to Africa or something wearing a gorilla suit?
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