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  1. Hi I use a SpyderPro calibrator and chart on all lenses for my Canon 5DMkiii. I'm using Affinity Photo 1.6.7 - is there support for importing and/or creating presets for these calibrations? Also, a related question: does Affinity recognise the camera's "Picture Style" settings? I have a customised "neutral" set that avoids the camera software process. Retaining these features in the colour management workflow is an important factor in the precise reproduction of product colour.
  2. May Im the only one who need this in RAW editing for my fuji x-series and canon pictures, but is it on the roadmap for the near future? I can't find any thread about it :) attached is an example of how adobe did this in lightroom
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