Here is a reduced-size,but color- and tone curve-unaltered screen capture of the 16-bit TIF file made by Fuji EX Converter on the left, and a 16-bit batch-converted MacBibble (software Version 3.1a) 16-bit TIF file on the right. Some people say that EX Converter's images look "flat", and this one was done with HIGH color....it looks awfully flat to me as well,and does NOT look faithful to the scene's actual lighting at all. This photo was made using a Custom White balance taken moments before this photo was made,and frankly, the EX converter's TIF output is a very dismal interpretation of the color and lighting that existed at the time the photo was made. This is a 1/2 stop deliberate underexposure from a CW reading. I am in no way impressed or pleased with the EX converter's overall image representation of this scene, while the MacBibble 3.1a software does a fabulous job of representing the scene exactly as I saw it...the vibrant greens and the purple hues are what I liked about the scene.