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  1. When shooting fine RAW with simulation set to b/w options the RAW file is in full colour. I want to be able to convert a RAW b/w image via Adobe Raw without converting from colour to greyscale first. Am I missing something here? Am I stuck with just the jpeg in say Acros? Regards, NeilC
  2. I'm a new X-T20 user . I found a most bookmarked thread in a forum suggesting picture profile settings inorder to gain rough RAW preview to facilitate ETTR. There was a reply saying this can be simply achieved by turning off the "picture preview effect" under display settings . But there was also a counter message saying it wouldn't work and it said to use your desired simulation (with settings if you want). do a test (by increasing) and find out the safe +EV range you can recover. I usually use exposure preview off with highlight clipping alert in order achieve ETTR. But some time I find although clipping warning doesn't come in evf, in post things are blown out and they can't be recoverable. Now I use 1/3 under than clipping highlight warning with "pic effect preview" turned off. Still I'm not confident. Which method do you use to achieve ETTR? Can you tell me if you are using provia simulation in x-t20 how many stops are recoverable in post? If you tried picture preview effect off method along with high light clipping option like me to get EETR how it is working for you? Thanks in advance
  3. velomec

    X-H1 Lightroom RAW

    Hello, My RAW files are not being recognized in Lightroom Classic - I've updated it to the latest version but only the jpegs are being recognized. Am I missing something? When I go to import a download (I generally shoot in Acros B/W jpeg + RAW) the RAW files get rejected as not importable? Thank you, Anthony
  4. Good evening everyone, I was wondering why when reviewing a Raw image on the cameras LCD screen, that the zoom level is less than when reviewing a Jpg image? If I set the camera to Fine+Raw then I can also zoom in a lot further, as I assume the camera is using the Jpg for zooming. Just curious. Thanks
  5. Hi All, I spent the last couple weeks throwing tough files (Fuji X-Trans 24MP, Sony 42MP) at the Luminar Jupiter update that was officially released yesterday (12 April) Skylum gave me an advance copy to do the testing so I wrote a review of this new release of Luminar, which I just posted on my blog and was also picked up by PetaPixel. I did my testing on an averagely equipped laptop and a fast desktop, both Macs. I have been hearing that Windows users aren't seeing speed increases as dramatic as on Mac platform. In case you saw Skylum's charts in their marketing, they make it look faster than my real world tests. But in all fairness, I don't know how they conducted their tests. I did mine with a digital stopwatch. I also covered most of the other significant changes in the update. BTW, this update is free to current owners of Luminar 2018. In my article I also have links and codes that allow you to piggyback discounts if you have an interest in purchasing or upgrading from the 2017 version. Skylum is also including a bunch of extra freebies, many of which look useful. Hope you like the review- the data part is empirical but of course I express my opinions about other aspects, both positive and not positive. Joel
  6. Hi all, I'm new both to the Fuji X cameras (but not Fuji film/chrome!) and after 2 days of reading, setting up, and doing field tests, am at the point of managing & viewing image files. I have hit 3 roadblocks which I don't see directly addressed via online search or forum search (so far, anyway). Any advice/suggestions appreciated, and I know full well everyone's work flow, software/hardware, and personal context vary widely. Apologies for greedily asking 3 questions, hoping one or more yields something useful for my situation. Thank you in advance. #1 - Exif/file info with reference to film simulation. (Note I've not yet downloaded the raw converter, and not sure which/how will give me the best and easiest tools and experience). So... I went out to take my "first roll" of images, shooting in both .jpeg and raw, mostly stills plus a few 4K vid clips, and emulating my beloved Velvia in some (fall foliage time here) while trying out some of the other film types. The thing is, when I downloaded - to a Mac, w/ iPhotos/Photos and Photoshop - I had no way to tell which film type was on each image, among shots I took several of to compare the results side by side. Problem #1: Neither the Mac file info nor Photoshop .exif info provides "Provia" or "Velvia" or whatever label, leaving me the arduous task of going to the camera and copying that info by hand into the image notes or filename. I see many reviews and how-to's with many photos, each listing the film emulation used. Is there anything I've missed in looking for the (.jpeg) setting? Any tips? Thanks. #2 - Raw - I've read a bunch and upgraded Photoshop to be able to read and work with the .raf files. HOWEVER, again maybe specific to my chosen tools (usually iPhoto for viewing and Photoshop/Elements for editing/post), but my issue here is lack of thumbnail display when looking through or importing .raf files. I see only the generic thumbnail, not an image, rendering the previews useless in knowing what's there, without referring back to the camera or finding the same file in .jpeg if I have it. Is there some fix for this either within Photoshop or via some Fuji software? #3 - GPS/Geotagging - Probably my biggest disappointment compared with what else is "out there", and compared against both my iPhone (which geotags and maps) or my Pentax camera which does it too. Automatically. Again, I read many posts, reviews, and manuals (like a good scientist), but while I get the idea of what's possible, still I'm not pleased with the "workaround". Obviously it wasn't a deal-breaker in choosing this wonderful camera (X-T2) but it would be real nice to automatically tag with location and/or GPS coordinates. I understand you need a GPS receiver to get this, so no firmware update is going to help, but.... I find the option to use a phone device and tether, constantly remembering to manually change the camera setting with each new location, let's say, cumbersome. (A pain!) Sometime the phone is useless, with no wifi or satellite nearby, but that's pretty rare for GPS. Anyway, I've read some suggestions (along the line of being sure to change the location manually with each new place, tethered to a phone with GPS/geotagging) and am wondering - though I've mostly resigned to forgetting about native, or easy, geotagging with this camera .... Any secret techniques for rather easily geotagging at least key places on a journey? Right now, though I'm not sure I'll have phone or wi-fi near me where I'm headed, one consideration is taking a phone photo at every camera session, just to get the coordinates and/or geographic tag. If that's all I can do really, I'd be interested in knowing whether I'd be able to add the GPS info from phone photo, manually or in bulk, AFTER the fact, when I return home or to base, or whatever. Any hints/advice appreciated. Those are my big-3 remaining questions before I venture out with this camera as my new main camera (replacing much bigger/heavier gear). My first forum query, and again, apologies for the length and breadth of my inquiry. Thinking this "the place" to ask among actual users of all stripes. Thanks!
  7. KateB

    Shooting in RAW

    On some cameras, there is an option to take your shot in RAW as well as JPEG. One tutorial I watched for the T-T20, implied that you can only shoot in RAW or JPEG and not both at the same time. Is this correct?
  8. Am I the only one who is thinking that there are too many choices for RAW conversions and image editing. Recently ON1 RAW, Luminar, Affinity Photo, Iridient Developer, and Updated Capture One 10 are just a few of the applications to announce new products. Each application can be used to arrive at similar final images... sort of. Each application has advocates who proclaim that converted x-trans files look great and vice versa. Each application requires a different workflow, with many passing through LR. Each application has a series of sliders that may have different names, but can be used similarly from application to application eg Curves. Since there are different "styles" of photographers, I am sure that there are many opinions on the best applications or combination of applications for every photographer. I have currently been testing the ON1 RAW pre-release and Luminar as an amateur photographer. Before I have more invested in software than hardware, what are the Fuji shooters using or changing toward and why?
  9. I just switched from X-T1 to X-T2 and I'm wondering if the lossless raw captures images in 14 bit. Based on this post, lossless is 12 bit https://alikgriffin.com/uncompressed-vs-lossless-fujifilm-x-t2/ I can't find the official information from Fuji
  10. Oops

    RAF Files

    Loads Raf files and has a terrific Zone edit set. http://lightzoneproject.org/ I've been shooting for more than 30 years. I'm a recent X-T2 fan boy, coming from Nikon full frame cameras. The Fuji is interesting, and has sparked me again. The video coming off it is incredible straight off camera. Lovely skin tones from ProNg and Astia. Thanks Fuji.
  11. Hi, Support of Fuji's compressed raw files has just been added to Rawtherapee 5.0, you can download a build for Windows 64 bits here: https://filebin.net/exoqih33dsopv02q It's preliminary support, in case you encounter problems, feel free to file a bug report on github (read how to write a useful bug report). Support of the coming GFX 50S is almost there too. -Sébastien
  12. Hi! I just purchased an X-E2, and I have a little bit of previous experience with Fujifilm. I am trying to set up the camera and in the Image Quality menu setting only Fine and Normal are able to be selected. All of the RAW options are in gray. I don't have the ISO in 100 or extended mode, which I have read could cause a problem with RAW shooting. I'm using a class 10 Kingston 16gb SD with a 30mb/s rate Body firmware v.4 Lens (27mm pancake) v.1 battery is pretty much Any advice on how to enable RAW would be very much appreciated! Thanks!
  13. Gentlemen, Now that some of you lucky dogs have the X-T2 can you tell me what size a full-sized raw file is? I've seen some X-T2 raw's around the 22mb mark, but I'm wondering because my X-T1 cranks out a 33mb raw file. Many Thanks.
  14. I was shooting indoors with my Fuji X-T1 and 18-135 lens, no flash. I was bracketing and shooting Raw plus normal jpeg. I took about 300 pictures of a children's play, but when I got home, approximately 1/3 of the raw files were not generated in the middle of the shoot. The jpegs were ok, and the raw files which were on the card were fine. I can't imagine what would have caused this, but I am left with no confidence in the camera. Should it be sent off for repair?
  15. Hello Fufi X Forum users, After years of Canon dslr use I've made the switch to Mirrorless and Fuji (X-Pro 2) so like many others I have a sharpish learning curve to tackle. Here's a pretty basic enquiry that I hope someone can help me with to set me on my way : Can anyone tell me whether Fuji has its own proprietary software: 1) for Downloading images from camera to Mac (equivalent to EOS Utility) and 2) for initial processing of RAW files (equvalent to Digital Photo Professional). If not, any pointers / advice on this would be very welcome. Many Thanks
  16. Hi there! I'm new to fuji and this is my first post after reading for some weeks in this forum. My brand new xt2 has arrived and is going to replace my broken pentax k5. I am very interested in mobile raw processing workflows, since iOS 10 and the newest lightroom mobile seemed to make a bis step in the right direction. I was following the tutorial of Elia Locardi on Petapixel, and I think I would be happy with this workflow (and even consider to buy an iPad pro), if it would work! http://petapixel.com/2016/09/01/pro-photographers-raw-workflow-lightroom-mobile/ But there is one thing that seems not to work as shown in the tutorial. And I can't figure out why: On my iPad Air 2 (and as well as on my iPhone 7) I am able to import the RAW files from the xt2 via the SD-lighting-adapter. But during the import (and in the photos app as well) iOS does not show/preview the pictures. As soon as they are imported from photos app to lightroom mobile, everything seems to works fine. But without seeing which files I am importing to the iPad the whole workflow is ridiculous. A bit to much being in the dark, at least for my taste. Does anyone have a good idea why it dies works as the video suggests? Matthias
  17. richardp

    Recording RAW images

    I am a new X vt!) user. I have tried taking images in RAW. On the back of the camera they look OK. Once loaded to ther computer in Picasa that have a green cast, and there was no oprtion to open in Photoshop CS5. I loaded the Fuji Raw converter, went to Photoshop , found and selected image, but message said that the RAW converter not recognisewd. What next?
  18. I have discovered a little know programme in these circles that I have been stress testing from the developer before going public for a few weeks. Unfortunately dpr does not have a sense of humour and didn't like the teaser!! https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/58194503 The detail extraction is beyond irident in my opinion. Interested to hear more, stay tuned, I hope you guys are less cynical than many on dpr
  19. Hello dear fellow Fuji-x community, I'm a happy X-pro2 user, that's no doubt. Unfortunately I would like to refer a problem I have with capture one. After about 2 months of shared mailed with the customer service of C1, it appears that the raw files lens distortions of the X-pro2 can't be corrected for now. I also have to state that in the meantime they released 2 updates (9.1.2 and 9.2). Until now they stated that the problem was more complicated than expected and requested my patience. Somebody has the same problem I have ? to be honest I doubt it's a difficult problem to solve, and I begin to be very upset with the C1 company (I can't recommend the customer service, if someone is interested I can post the mail exchange I had). Thank you for reading, Quentin
  20. A couple of days ago, Adobe released Lightroom Mobile for IOS 2.4. Big new feature is a technology preview that allows for importing, organizing, reviewing and editing of RAW-images, including RAF from the Fuji-cameras. And the really great feature is that all the photos you add to lightroom mobile will be uploaded to Creative Cloud and automatically added to your "Lightroom Desktop". I think this can be the start of a very efficient workflow when travelling light. What do you think? If anyone is interested in more details, I've written a short post about my experience so far.
  21. I for one hope Fuji keeps improving their video quality. This got me thinking, canon has the popular hack of Magic Lantern which enables full 14bit raw recording (albeit at lower realities and for limited time). However Fuji raw files are massive, but their jpegs rule. I wonder if Fuji has considered implemented a similar approach (ie 1080p jpegs at 24fps, or higher resolution and frame rates). And then maybe a incamera to stitch them together for people who want it right then. This is probably very niche, but Fuji doesn't have any video line to protect like most of the other companies. I really don't want to have two sets of cameras and lenses etc.
  22. Hey guys, after importing the first images to Lightroom (on a Mac running 10.11.2) after the update I noticed a weird behaviour: All RAW images are cropped to 16:9 after import. Changing the crop ratio to "Original" instead of "As Shot" fixes things. It's a small annoyance as it can quickly be fixed for all images but still it is kind of stupid. Has anyone else had that problem? The only thing I could find about it was this post on DPR: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3966021
  23. onemorecamera

    Raw and Fine

    Fuji X-Pro2: I have read the manual but when I select raw and fine (or normal), I get both raw and jpeg on both disks. Can someone tell me how to get raw on disk 1 and jpeg on 2? Thank you.
  24. Hi there, Back in January I went to my favourite camera shop (London Camera Exchange in Plymouth) with the idea of trading in my Sony NEX-5 for an a6000. I also took my old Canon EOS 350 & associated lenses along with a Leica D-Lux3 compact, just to see if I would get a decent part exchange valuation against the proposed new Sony. They gave me a good quote for the old gear, so I was *just* about to seal the deal on the a6000 when I said to the assistant "Is there anything else I should consider as a Sony alternative?" They showed me an Olympus OM D (which was very nice) & then showed me the Fuji X-T10 - Wow! What a brilliant camera. I was immediately knocked out by the build quality & the whole feel & appearance. Needless to say I walked out with the kit with the 18-55 & 55-200 lenses; what a revelation the Fuji system has been - no regrets at all. I have one main question re' processing the Fuji RAW files. At present I have a 9 year old iMac which means I'm restricted to using Lightroom 5.7.1, which can't handle the RAW files natively (I have to convert them to DNG before Lightroom will touch them). I've had a look around online & Iridient Developer seems to be well regarded for handling the X-Trans RAW files; does anyone have experience of Iridient or, come to that, any other RAW processors? Apologies for rambling & if this needs to be posted to a more relevant thread please let me know. Thanks.
  25. I use two Fuji bodies now -- x100T, X-E2 -- and ordered an X-Pro2. I want to explore alternate RAW processors but inertia keeps me in Lightroom because post-processing so often needs to move quickly for clients. Nothing new in what I just wrote for almost all of us. But: Has anyone here received/read any prediction from CaptureOne (PhaseOne) about their plans for X-Pro2 RAW conversions? I have been holding off on a trial to see what this timing will be and include the new routines in my testing. The trial used to be 60 days, which is helpful. I did order a CaptureOne v9 book from RockyNook (interesting photo book title list, by the way) that will be finished soon, so I trust the content will be up to date. Book $$ worth the investment as I would be shelling out $300 for even the non-subscription code. Fuji's ship delay might be RAW related and if the news of conversion release slipped at the two or three companies in "alt-Fuji" orbit we have at least an indication of this connection. But I expect the companies are being tight-lipped about their plans as that's the best policy for them, anyway. Just curious. And really really really anxious to try my new X-Pro2. jonathan7007
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