XF 10-24 - Optical Correction vs Image Processing In Camera

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Chris Dodkin
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XF 10-24 - Optical Correction vs Image Processing In Camera

Understanding that Fuji's secret sauce includes taking the image data from a given lens, and processing it before providing you a RAW or JPEG file - I wanted to test just how much work the camera was doing in software, to ultra-wide images from the 10-24mm lens.

I took two test frames, one with the lens partially unmounted - so the camera could not ID the lens, but it was still physically in the right place - and one with the lens clicked all the way home, where the camera now knows it's the 10-244, and can correct accordingly.

Interesting result:

Uncorrected

Corrected

If you download both JPEGs into some processing software, and flick between them you'll see the effect the in-camera image processing is having.

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