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    • On 5/13/2017 at 9:55 PM, Ianmac said:

      I have experienced a problem with Lightroom and the XT-2.

      In the last week I shot 4 to 500 images of the Scotish Six Days International Motorcycle Trial with a combination of my XT-1 and XT-2 . Processing these in lightroom threw up some issues with exposure of images from my XT-2. Some images appeared underexposed with before and after images in the shooting sequence perfect.

      After a lot of  plodding I found that XT-2 images shot with AUTO DR, and DR 200 selected by the XT-2, were needing around +1 stop of exposure during lightroom develop processing.

      Delving into google revealed this as an issue.


      It appears Lightroom does not process the Fuji XT-2 Raw files correctly

      Fortunately I had purchased a copy of Iridient so I reprocessed the Fuji raw images through it to DNG and then DNG into lightroom. Iridient  processes the Fuji Raw files perfectly into DNG.

      Anyone else experienced this.?

      Apologies I initially posted this in the wrong thread XT-20 and Lightroom not XT2 and Lightroom

      I bought Thomas' ebook and sharpening presets for LR about 18 months ago with IXT Beta. I don't actually use any of the presets though. I run my files through IXT with no LR NR or and no LR sharpening. I then process the DNGs as usual in LR 6 standalone and export tiffs to PS CC 2015 standalone where I size and sharpen using the high pass filter at lowest settings (0.3) and that is all the sharpening I need from the 24mp sensor. The main thing (IMO) is not to sharpen in LR but use one's chosen sharpening method on a tiff copy. Smart sharpen and Nik output sharpener are quite good but keep the settings low.

    • I had the same experience recently. Also found out (to my embarrassment) that the front switch had gone to "c" when up or down in my bag, hehe. 

    • seriously good info and very inexpensive tutorial for Iridient Transformer + LR processing





      and no, I do not work for TF nor do I know the man.

    • 15 hours ago, artuk said:

      Why do you suggest that?

      because of longer focus throw?

      modern mirrorless lenses are often internally focusing, to reduce the mass of the focus group to work better with low inertia CDAF systems.

      therefore I don't know if longer focal lengths have a greater focus throw or not. 

      Point taken I was thinking of older designs.

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