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Fuji [Best way to import Fuji files shot with Fuji in-camera B&W settings?]

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Mar 12, 2019

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What's the best way to import Fuji files that were shot with Fuji in-camera black and white film simulation?

[Discussion moved from Adobe Creative Cloud to Lightroom CC — The cloud-based photo service - Moderator]

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Fuji [Best way to import Fuji files shot with Fuji in-camera B&W settings?]

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What's the best way to import Fuji files that were shot with Fuji in-camera black and white film simulation?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 12, 2019

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what camera?

what app and version?

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LR CC 2.2. Fuji X-T3. Using the in-camera B&W settings (Acros).

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You have to choose the profile once you have imported the files.

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Lightroom does not read in-camera settings such as profile selections. Each camera manufacturer stores that information differently, and that is why it is necessary for Adobe to add support for each specific camera model. It also means that it is necessary for the user to apply all of those specific settings after the fact during postprocessing.

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