LUMINAR AI CUSTOM CAMERA PROFILE (WINDOWS 10) - FUJI XT3

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Baiju,

    I regret to inform you that, at the moment, DCP camera profiles for Fujifilm are not available in Luminar. We do hope to change this situation in the future, though. 
    A possible workaround would be to download LUT files from this website -  their creator claims that they give the effect similar to what these camera profiles do: https://blog.sowerby.me/fuji-film-simulation-profiles/ 

    Here's how to use LUTs in Luminarᴬᴵ:

    1. Launch Luminarᴬᴵ
    2. In the top bar menu, switch to the Edit tab. 
    3. Navigate to the Creative tab (a palette icon)
    4. Click Mood > Choose LUT > Load Custom LUT file 
    5. A dialog window will open where you'll need to navigate to the folder with your LUTs and choose the one you need. 
    6. Confirm the selection and enjoy the tool. 

    Note that you'll need to increase the value of the Amount slider to 100%. 

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    Manuel Pinto

    Hi Kate, I have the same issue but my camera is a Canon EOS 5D Mk3.
    Any help?
    Thanks

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    Member

    Is there any update on this as the XT-3 DCP profile is still not showing.

    Thanks,

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    Anastasiia Moore

    Hi Member!

    I'm afraid there are no updates regarding the DCP camera profiles for your camera yet. I'll bring the attention of our developers to it one more time.

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    Kevo

    This has been an issue with Fuji Luminar users for over 2 years, and the response is always a copy paste of the above reply regarding LUTs.

    Exposure's X Raw software does a much better job with A. Cataloging and B. Converting Fuji RAF files to Jpeg/DNG. My workflow always starts in Exposure for that reason, and sometimes ends in Luminar.

    Luminar's poor integration with the FUJI line of things is a real shame.

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