Fujifilm Film Simulations

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  • FirstName LastName

    Hi Lily, when will nostalgic negative be available for Capture one (gfx)? Also, will it be available for the xt3?

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  • FirstName LastName

    Hi Lily, when will nostalgic negative be available for Capture one (gfx)? Also, will it be available for the xt3?

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  • Nanto Cielens

    Howdy, trying to work this out. If I have a custom film sim applied on my x-t2 with e.g. acros with highlight +4, grain effect strong, shadow +2. When I import the raf file in Capture 21 I can see it exactly as shot. If I create a duplicate then change the film sim to Classic Chrome will it also reset all the highlight, grain etc back to default? I’m trying to work out if there’s a way to do this in Capture 21. Thanks in advance.

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  • Chandler

    Hello, I'm shooting an X-T2 and having issues with headshots being processed more orange than I will like. My ICC Profile = X-T2 Generic and Curve = Auto. Is there another Curve I should use to reduce the amount of orange I'm seeing? 

     

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  • austriker

    It would be really fantastic if when you open a fuji RAW file on Capture one it would show the film simulation that was chosen in camera when shot. Right now it just shows auto. But I think the default should be whatever was chosen in camera so we can see what we used.

    Thanks!

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  • Namita Bhargava

    I own an XT-30. Under auto I do not see the custom settings that I applied when shooting the image. 

    reading your manual I would think those would be applied to the RAW file. I see those custom settings and colors briefly when importing the files, But after that the files are reversed to a default state. Below images shot with diffrent settings but the RAW file reverts to a default state. Is it not possible or am I doing something wrong?

     

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  • Roberto Riccò

    Hi, same camera (x-t30), same problem as Namita Bhargava. Please help! Thank you

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  • Maryna Sopilniak

    Hi Namita, 

    Please clarify what Fujifilm Film Simulation style you are using. 

    Also, please make sure that you have updated firmware on your camera.

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  • Namita Bhargava

    Hi Maryna,

    The Base Film Simulation is Color Chrome, that comes trough but not the tweaks that I made in camera to that Film Simulation. Adjusted White Balance or adjusted highlights are not reflected in the RAW file.

     

     

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  • Maryna Sopilniak

    Hi Namita, 

    Thanks for your answer. 

    Color Chrome is the effect that you are using.

    Please see the table above which lists Fujifilm simulations that are supported in Capture One. 

     

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  • Maryna Sopilniak

    Hi Roberto, 

    Please give us more details about your issue. 

    Also please check if you use the Fujifilm Film Simulation style that is supported in Capture One. 

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  • Namita Bhargava

    Hello Maryna,

    Yes I am aware that CC is the effect that I am using, but I am guessing that it is not possible to see the custom White Balance and Highlights and other custom settings that I used in camera in the RAW file in C1.

     

     

     

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  • FirstName LastName

    Hi Lily I have the X-T200 and the Capture One Fujifilm subscription license, not seeing the any film simulations.

    only:

    Base Characteristics > ICC Profiles > Fujifilm X-T200 generic

    Base Characteristics > ICC Profiles > Curve

    • Auto
    • Film Extra Shadow
    • Film High Contrast
    • Film Standard
    • Linear Response

     

    Thanks.

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  • milo milo

    No profiles for original X100 :( They are in Lightroom.

    After no M1 support, no METAL API and this I'm moving to Lightroom.

     

    Milo

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  • Roberto Riccò

    Hi Namyta, thank you for your answer. I understand that C1 only recognizes the basic simulation setting, that the raw (RAF) file only keeps the profile of the original film, while any other custom adjustments are applied only to the jpeg? For example the choice of the amount of grain?

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  • Paul Findley

    The problem with Capture One Fujifilm sims is that they don't match the Fujifilm colors at all, to the point that they seem to be useless. I've been comparing RAF files from my X-Pro2 to out-of-camera Jpegs, mostly with Pro-Neg Std.  The RAF files were set to Auto or Pro-Neg Std (no difference). The Capture One (21) processed RAF files have a distinct green cast to them compared to the camera Jpegs. And it is not only Pro-Neg Std. All of the color film simulations seem to have a green cast. I am viewing on a Macbook Pro with Retina display.

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  • Marcin Lewandowski

    Base Characteristics Curve does not work with XT-4 HDR RAF files; I feel like this should be clearly mentioned as it has very inconvenient implications for continuity in edits where RAW(DR***) files are included.

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  • Ted Bracht

    Hi, I have a Fujifilm X100V and Capture One Express for Fujifilm

    In the X100V one can bracket with different film simulations which I did. This created 3 raw files which I imported in C1. According to the above article the film simulations should have been applied to the raw files however there is absolutely no difference between the raw files (and yes, the curve is set to 'automatic'). Does this only work with the full version or should it also work with Express? 

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  • Brenda Hernandez

    From what I see the film simulations on Capture One Pro can only be used in RAF, not when working on jpegs? Nothing shows up in the Curve dropdown when working on jpegs but it does when in RAF. What options do I have if I prefer to work on jpegs but still want to take advantage of having a Fuji? 

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  • Maryna Sopilniak

    Hi Brenda,

    Thanks for your comment.
    Simulations can be used only for RAF, it is impossible to use simulations for jpegs because it has too little data.

    The cameras themselves also work in this way, jpeg is saved only with a specific simulation and you cannot use another one. 

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  • FirstName LastName

    Hi. Can you help me understand this feature better.? Are these curves mimicking the in-camera film simulations? Is it some kind of raw conversion recipe licensed from Fuji or is it reverse-engineered? I guess the acid test is : if I use one of these curves in post processing, will it look the same as that film sim applied in-camera?

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  • Maryna Sopilniak

    Hi Andrew, 

    Thanks for your comment. 

    These simulations were created in cooperation with Fuji. 

    So you can be sure that everything will look the same as from the camera. 

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  • FirstName LastName

    Thanks maryna. I just did a test, converting an image between profiles in x raw studio, (using my camera I believe) and also in capture one. But the results are different. That suggests it’s not the same — or is my test not valid?

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  • Paul Findley

    The X-pro2 Fuji film simulations in Capture One are nothing like what comes out of the camera or X-Pro Studio. How can it be so bad? Did you actually try to make them look the same?

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