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Hi Everyone,

I am hoping the Fuji veterans here can offer suggestions to a problem I have with the Mount Adaptpr setting on the X-T20. For lenses 5 and 6, I can set the Focal Length. However, the Distortion, Color Shading, and Peripheral Illumination Correction options are (unshaded) disabled.

Firmware v2.0 is installed and the Shoot Without Lens is On. What have I missed?

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^ in addition to that when using any other adapter than the M, no in camera correction is provided for any lens, the only thing you will influence (the focal length ) will only affect the efx exit data and nothing else.

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That was a quick response...thanks guys.

Since the Focal Length setting only provides exif data; Therefore, the Mount Adaptor settings are superfluous without Leica lenses.

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