FUJIFILM Objektivprofil

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Guten Tag. Ich benutze Lightroom im Abo, aktuelle Version ist 10.2. Seit dem letzten Update werden die FUJIFILM Objektprofile nicht mehr korrekt gefunden.
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FUJI Objektiv XF 56mm 1.2 bei Blende 1.2 bis 1.8 werden Objektprofile automatisch gefunden und angewendet. Ab Blende 2.0 werden dann keine Objektprofile mehr gefunden. Ich habe das mehrfach ausprobiert, es tritt stabil immer so auf.

Dafür findet Lightroom für mein VILTROX 23mm 1.4 STM EDIF plötzlich ein FUJI Objektivprofil 23mmF1.4XM und wendet es an (siehe beiligende Hardcopy).Objektprofil Viltrox.jpgLR Systeminfo.jpg

Ich bitte um Hilfe.

Danke.

Michael Braasch

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 21, 2021 Mar 21, 2021
However, it is still unclear why the FUJI XF 56 1.2 only has a lens profile from aperture 1.2 to aperture 1.8. From aperture 2.0 (and higher) there is no automatic lens profile. Is that normal?
That may be normal. This lens has almost no vignetting, distortion, or chromatic aberration. Because of that Fuji may have decided it's unnecessary to apply "built-in" corrections at F2.0 and higher. See the below test report. An impressive lens performance! https://www.imaging-resource.com/lenses/fujinon/xf-56mm-f1.2-r/review/...

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Mar 21, 2021 Mar 21, 2021

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Have you downloaded and installed the VILTROX 23mm 1.4 STM EDIF lens profile inside LrC and tried manually selecting it?

 

https://www.viltrox.com/xzzx

 

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Hello todd Oh yes, my son was just telling me he did that. The problem has been found, thank you very much. I apologize, I could have guessed that.

However, it is still unclear why the FUJI XF 56 1.2 only has a lens profile from aperture 1.2 to aperture 1.8. From aperture 2.0 (and higher) there is no automatic lens profile. Is that normal?

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However, it is still unclear why the FUJI XF 56 1.2 only has a lens profile from aperture 1.2 to aperture 1.8. From aperture 2.0 (and higher) there is no automatic lens profile. Is that normal?

 

That may be normal. This lens has almost no vignetting, distortion, or chromatic aberration. Because of that Fuji may have decided it's unnecessary to apply "built-in" corrections at F2.0 and higher. See the below test report. An impressive lens performance!

 

https://www.imaging-resource.com/lenses/fujinon/xf-56mm-f1.2-r/review/

 

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