Fuji X Lens Calibration

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Re: Fuji X Lens Calibration

Post by Kneops »

As far as I know, Darktable doesn't have automatic lens corrections either. I just looked and it tells me to enter them manually, which is not possible.
But this is a ASP forum ;), so I just hope someone at Corel picks this up and it will be added soon.
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Re: Fuji X Lens Calibration

Post by Hobgoblin »

Kneops wrote:As far as I know, Darktable doesn't have automatic lens corrections either. I just looked and it tells me to enter them manually, which is not possible.
But this is a ASP forum ;), so I just hope someone at Corel picks this up and it will be added soon.
Very true, but DT will respond to you queries and requests with great alacrity ...
But that’s Open Source support for you.
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Re: Fuji X Lens Calibration

Post by nipponichi »

Maybe it depends on supported lenses of lensfun (http://lensfun.sourceforge.net/lenslist).
For e.g. XC16-50 just enable lens correction and the heavy distortion vanishes ...
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