Manual Correction Settings for Fujij 35mm F2

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Manual Correction Settings for Fujij 35mm F2

Postby NNN635344510168256691 » Tue May 31, 2016 1:38 am

Like the other Fuji XF lenses, the new-ish 35mm f2 WR has correction parameters to correct for barrel distortion and light falloff baked into its RAW files. When loading one of its images into an Adobe product, those corrections are applied invisibly, so that the image displays correctled even when "no" adjustments have been made.

Many of Fuji's other lenses do this in Capture One as well from what I understand, but this lens isn't supported in that way yet. I was wondering if anyone has worked out/found out what settings can be used for this lens in C1 to manually compensate for these inherent physical issues.
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Re: Manual Correction Settings for Fujij 35mm F2

Postby mikebeecham » Wed Oct 05, 2016 12:33 pm

Hi there...

Did you ever get to the bottom of your query? I only ask, as I'm looking at the same issue, which stemmed from another issue I'm experiencing. I have a slowdown when making adjustments and using the 'Manufacturers Profile' with the 35mm F2. If I switch to a generic profile, the slowdown disappears but I'm seeing the barreling you're describing. Would love to know if you've found a solution?


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Re: Manual Correction Settings for Fujij 35mm F2

Postby NNN634295216971770060 » Sat Nov 04, 2017 1:29 am

I would also be interested to know what can be done to get the lens correction working since shooting on the x pro 2 with the 35mm 2.0 seems pretty impossible if the correction is not working.
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