If there is one feature request that I would like to make for Lightroom, it is better processing for Fujifilm RAW files. I find the handling of Fujifilm .raf files to be less than stellar. I have switched to Capture One since the beginning of the year. I can't deal with the strange "wormy" artifacts in Lightroom processed files. I love Lightroom Classic and would switch back in a heartbeat if I could get better results with my Fujifilm RAW files.
I have attached two shots of the same image processed through Lightroom and Capture One. On the Lightroom processed version you can see the "wormy" artifacts in the beige shipping container and the wall in the foreground. The Capture One file is much cleaner.
Exactly! I saw a response about three years ago saying that because camera manufacturers “recipes” for RAW are proprietary, they would have to reverse engineer the format. Also that Capture One has some sort of deal with Fujifilm. I guess Fujifilm users aren’t a high priority to Adobe. It’s a pity because, as I said, I would love to return to Lightroom. Guess I’ll dig into Capture One deeper instead.