[digiKam-users] raw edition: defalt objective not recognize
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 10:42:23 GMT 2018
Look here :
2018-02-25 11:40 GMT+01:00 Gilles Caulier <caulier.gilles at gmail.com>:
> It's simple : the lens database from LensFun library take age. In fact
> LensFun still frozen to last stable while bundle are created : 0.3.2
> I talk with Lensfun team in project forum, to have an update of the
> library, but sound like the code have been re-written indeed and is not yet
> enough mature. The problem is : 0.3.2 release date come from 2015...
> There is a file in bugzilla to update the lens database independently of
> source code. I don't yet investigate this solution.
> But you have a technical solution, already talk in this room: put the Lens
> database update (XML files) in your home directory (in a specific
> directory), and run digiKam. It will try to open files and work with it as
> Sourceforge Lensfun project file is unavailable now, so i cannot point to
> the right page about the details of a local database.
> Gilles Caulier
> 2018-02-25 10:53 GMT+01:00 frederic chaume <frederic.chaume at gmail.com>:
>> Hi all
>> I have a problem this morning when editing the raw files I just made.
>> (I'm using 5.8.0 on windows)
>> I have a camera LUMIX FZ300, and I have imported pictures into digikam.
>> When looking at the RW2 file from digikam it sounds correct and the JPG too
>> (I used RAW+JPG in my camera)
>> Problem comes when I'm using the editor to open the RW2 file, it is
>> presented with a high distorsion. So I select the automatic lens correction
>> menu, and I see the model proposedis FZ150.
>> so I select FZ200 (as it uses the same lens than FZ300) and apply it, and
>> now it is ok.
>> for information, the option "use metadata" is selected (it indicates
>> partial match and model used is FZ150)
>> That could be ok except that I just opened another RW2 file I took 2
>> weeks ago with the same camera and the result is completely different (with
>> same option). By default, the picture doesn't show any distortion in the
>> editor. Only difference I notice is that in that case "automatic lens
>> correction " is not activated unless I click on "use default settings",
>> and in that case the same model is selected (FZ150) and this conduct to an
>> important distortion)
>> so my questions are :
>> - why there is a different behavior when editing 2 differents raw (taken
>> by the same camera), and more generally how to get a normal picytire when
>> opening a Raw file
>> - why , while "using matadata" is selected, the model is FZ150
>> - how to get FZ300 model in the list and to get it selected by default
>> Hope I've been clear enough, if clarification needed, I can send some
>> thanks for your help
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