Q1. Is RawDigger able to show the "Embedded in RAW" camera color profile?
I suspect Nikon does NOT use a "native" camera profile?
But RawDigger Preference is leading me to believe that Nikon *may* indeed use an "Embedded profile" somewhere in the RAW data?
Q2. I compared Preferences > Display Options > Camera color profile set to A) Embedded in RAW and B) Built-in and I confess I don't see a difference on screen?
Q3. I can see a huge difference between A) Built-in and B) No profile (raw color).
A quick visit to the User Guide, on page 43 reveals the following :
Built-in – use color profile provided within RawDigger
• Embedded in RAW – use color profile embedded in RAW if present. If no such profile exists, RawDigger will fallback to 'Built-in' mode.
So, from the documentation, I have the impression that, even if I select "Embedded in RAW" camera color profile, *because* there are NONE to be found in the RAW file, in other words "no such profile exists", RawDigger is "falling back" on "Built-in" which is a RawDigger camera profile for my Nikon D810?
Is that correct?
Suggestion: I wish the fact that "no embedded in RAW camera profile were found" was a flag of some sort that would be visible somewhere in the main interface. Maybe the Display section could be shown as :
> Display (no embedded profile found)
or something like that? To avoid any possible misinterpretation.