Canon EOS RP sample raws

Following up from this thread I’m posting here a few raw files taken with a Canon EOS RP and RF 50mm f/1.8 because Bastian was interested and perhaps others may be too.

They are not perhaps the best examples to judge the sensor and lens, but there’s a few very dark areas so people that care about this sort of things may dive in and check for themselves how noisy it gets in the dark etc. (I don’t care one bit so that’s why I’m very happy with this camera so far).

photo #1

20210315_CRP0038.jpg.out.arp (14.2 KB)

20210315_CRP0038.cr3 (13.6 MB)

photo #2

20210315_CRP0064.jpg.out.arp (10.5 KB)

20210315_CRP0064.cr3 (16.1 MB)

photo #3

20210315_CRP0067.jpg.out.arp (10.5 KB)

20210315_CRP0067.cr3 (18.9 MB)

photo #4

20210316_CRP0080.jpg.out.arp (10.6 KB)

20210316_CRP0080.cr3 (15.2 MB)

These files are licensed Creative Commons, By-Attribution, Share-Alike.


With Filmulator:

  • Auto CA Correct 1
  • Drama 53
  • White Clipping Point 0.527

  • Auto CA Correct 2
  • Exposure Comp +1/6
  • Drama 64
  • White Clipping Point 0.736

  • Auto CA Correct 1
  • Exposure Comp -1/6
  • Drama 54
  • White Clipping Point 0.708

  • Highlight Recovery 2
  • Exposure Comp -1
  • Film Area 207
  • Drama 100
  • Overdrive on
  • White Clipping Point 0.422
  • Shadow Brightness 324
  • Highlight Brightness 1000

Filmulator supports the RP, but RawTherapee’s camconst.json doesn’t have the white clipping points for it so I duplicated the 6D2’s entry in Filmulator’s copy of camconst.json.

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thanks for testing filmulator! Can you provide that edited file so that also other RP users can try it? is it something that can be fixed also on the appimage version?

I updated the RawTherapee camconst.json to have the RP, so if you just update the camconst in Filmulator it’ll automatically have the parameters.

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Not sure if you tested this using RawTherapee, I just rebuild and tested and it works nicely.


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20210315_CRP0038.cr3.pp3 (14.6 KB)

20210315_CRP0064.cr3.pp3 (15.9 KB)

20210315_CRP0067.cr3.pp3 (14.5 KB)

20210316_CRP0080.cr3.pp3 (17.8 KB)


I pulled down the building-side-dark-shadow one, so’s I could mess with pulling up the shadows. In rawproc, with the doublelogistic curve:

I can’t get my filmic curve to slope at the high end like doublelogistic does, which doesn’t wash out the high tones so much. The deep shadows were a bit noisy; I played with both nlmeans and wavelet denoising, finally decided to let the downsize to 1080xAspect take care of it. Oh, and librtprocess HLRecover puts the sun in its place.

rawproc processing chain is in EXIF:ImageDescription.

A tricky one, Thanks for sharing!

dt 3.4.1, exposure +3.7 EV, filmicRGB, contrast: local contrast, contrast eq., tonecurve subtract, sharpen, denoise: astrophoto denoise.

20210315_CRP0064.dng.xmp (13.7 KB)

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Nice evening shot. Hope the maskerade ends this summer :sunglasses:

20210315_CRP0038.dng.xmp (10.5 KB)