Why does this camera generated JPEG looks better than the software generated one?

I was post-processing some photos on Nikon’s Capture NX-D I had taken during holidays with a B700 camera and noticed some chromatic aberration in a picture. When I compared the post-processed photo and the camera generated one I found the latter to be actually better.

The camera generated photo (detail):
The camera generated photo (detail)

Same image generated by Capture NX-D without changing any configurations (I believe it should give the same result as the camera):
Same image generated by Capture NX-D without changing any configurations

Now the same image, but with axial chromatic aberration correction enabled (doesn’t help very much…):
axial chromatic aberration correction enabled

Does the camera just do a better job at processing its own images than Nikon’s software? Well, if that’s the case, there is no point in shooting RAW…

Why does this camera generated JPEG looks better than the software generated one?

I was post-processing some photos on Nikon’s Capture NX-D I had taken during holidays with a B700 camera and noticed some chromatic aberration in a picture. When I compared the post-processed photo and the camera generated one I found the latter to be actually better.

The camera generated photo (detail):
The camera generated photo (detail)

Same image generated by Capture NX-D without changing any configurations (I believe it should give the same result as the camera):
Same image generated by Capture NX-D without changing any configurations

Now the same image, but with axial chromatic aberration correction enabled (doesn’t help very much…):
axial chromatic aberration correction enabled

Does the camera just do a better job at processing its own images than Nikon’s software? Well, if that’s the case, there is no point in shooting RAW…