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Manual lenses profiles and lens correction improved

Most of mirrorless ownser use manual lenses (e.g. Samyang/Rokinon), but they are not supported in ON1 2018. I propose to include such lens profiles and improve manual correction with perspective correction. Good work

9 comments on “Manual lenses profiles and lens correction improved”

  1. On May 28, 2018 at 11:17 am Gabriel Servera Vives wrote:

    Thank you for your comment Kyle, but in fact Samyang profiles already are in the Lens Fun Database, but the option to choose them are blocked in On1. It seems that we can only choose lense profiles when there are electronic connection between lense and cameras, and this is not the case for most of the Samyang lenses.

    I’m sure that this issure will be solved very soon by the On1 team

  2. On June 8, 2018 at 10:01 pm James wrote:

    Meanwhile the other workaround is to use a RAW file editor such as Phil Harvery’s free ExifTool. You can then make the lens name anything you want. You first need to know what name the Lens Fun Database uses for the lens and then edit the RAW file accordingly.

  3. On July 25, 2018 at 4:54 pm John Newton wrote:

    This would be great. I use a number of older Canon FD lenses with an adapter.

  4. On February 19, 2019 at 1:16 pm Thierry Galland wrote:

    As a mirrorless user i often use old prime mecanical lens ,I will be very happy if i could add the lens infos.
    In lightroom i was using lens tagger, I really miss it

  5. On March 31, 2019 at 3:04 am Jouko Blom wrote:

    Lens database already includes many (mostly Pentax, some Tamron and Sigma K-mount) lenses I have, but those are not imported to ON1 Raw itself. I’m on free month of testing this SW and this will be kind of deal breaker for me.
    Most used of my lenses is HD 24-70 which is kind of high-end-side in product line. (Better version of, but optically almost equal to Tamron SP 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD) Tamron version is on your SW, but it can’t be selected because this SW locks selection to identified lens. I can’t even copy it as Pentax configuration, because you program uses some own file format there.
    So, we have month to do this. Either you guys get this sorted out, or I find way to open your files and add that few lines of data there, or I just get back to prevous program.

    1. On March 31, 2019 at 7:01 am Jouko Blom replied:

      I just noticed that this was SUE-issue. (Stupid User Error). In manual it’s possible to switch make and model of lens. Anyhow it would be nice to get that happen automatically on identified lens.

  6. On April 28, 2019 at 4:30 am Sascha Klein wrote:

    A manual selection for lenses that do not transfer exif data (e.g. lens information to On1) is something I am waiting for since On1 2018 Beta. I cannot understand why this option is not available. If you add any lens information via exif-tool to the photo you are editing, lens profile selection becomes available.

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