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Eine "deutsche Community" ist ja wohl ein weißer Rappe. Danke schön, aber nein danke. Wenn deutsch, dann richtig. Oder wenn englisch, dann auch richtig. So 'n Pidgin-Matsch ist mir als gebildetem Menschen mit Sprachgefühl einfach nur zuwider.

 

(Schade eigentlich, denn Capture One wäre keine schlechte Alternative zu Camera Raw oder Lightroom.)

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