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Thu, Apr 20, 2017 3:31 PM

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Fuji lens correction profiles

No Lens correction Profiles found for Fujinon Lenses (for the 23mm f2 e.g.).
When do you plan to update the Lens Profiles?

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Antonio

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3 years ago

Is your question because you're seeing distortion that isn't being corrected, or merely because you see a message about a lens profile not being found when you enable Lens Profile Corrections?

Mirrorless cameras like your Fuji usually have lens profile data encoded in the raw files, themselves, so UNCHECK the Enable Lens Profile Corrections and look down below and see if there is info text about a built-in lens profile being applied.

The Enable Lens Profile Corrections is for EXTERNAL, Adobe/user-created lens profiles that are supplied in external files, for when the camera uses an optical viewfinder and can't do lens corrections for the user.  Most DSLRs fall into this category of needing external lens profiles.  The newer mirrorless cameras have to do their own lens transformations in camera for the camera-produced JPGs, so they also store the lens correction info in the raw file metadata and Adobe can use that.  

Not having the camera and the lenses you're referring to, it's possible there is something else going on with your combination of gear, but normally disabling (external) lens profile corrections is the right thing to do for mirrorless cameras.

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3 years ago

Have you ever shot with the Sony a6500 and the 10-18 mm f4? Or with the Fuji X-T2 10-24 f4? We are talking about 15 mm on a 35 mm Format scale... Ther is always distortion and when I had the sony, the Profile was also there and you could rather activete or deactivate it BUT you would definetively notice the difference. So much about the "usually mirrorles do correct it" . We are talking about a professional grade camera that does not correct all the "crap". 

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The key part of Steve note is this: "Mirrorless cameras like your Fuji usually have lens profile data encoded in the raw files, themselves, so UNCHECK the Enable Lens Profile Corrections and look down below and see if there is info text about a built-in lens profile being applied."

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