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Integrated lens profiles - stop patronizing!

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Feb 09, 2019

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After getting a Nikon Z6 I am for the first time effected by ACR applying a built-in lens profile that can not be disabled. Since I disabled lens correction inside the camera and Nikon itself is not applying in NX-D I really wish Adobe would stop patronizing me. It's an absolute nogo, Adobe!

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Integrated lens profiles - stop patronizing!

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After getting a Nikon Z6 I am for the first time effected by ACR applying a built-in lens profile that can not be disabled. Since I disabled lens correction inside the camera and Nikon itself is not applying in NX-D I really wish Adobe would stop patronizing me. It's an absolute nogo, Adobe!

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The lens corrections you can disable in the camera only affect jpgs.

With raw files, the corrections are written directly to the file in the camera, and there is no way to turn that off – in camera or in ACR. I believe it can be done in Capture One, never tried it.

I had a look at Capture NX-D now (I have a Z7), and the most important lens correction – distortion – can't be turned off. The check box for Auto Distortion Control cannot be unchecked.

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Feb 10, 2019

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In my Z6 lens corrections are turned off. Even if this only effects jpgs Nikon's NX-D does not correct the pictures unless I say so in the camera- and lens corrections menue of the software. This is what I want Adobe to respect, when turned off keep it off or at least give me the option to turn it off, just like other software.

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I checked NX-D again. It seems like lens correction is turned aff according to the settings in camera when using AF-S lenses with the adapter. When using the AF 24-70/4 S lens correction can not be unchecked in NX-D like you wrote.

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