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Fujifilm Raw (RAF) compatibility problems in develop persona


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Hi!

When I import a RAF-File into Affinity Photo, one of three things will happen:

1. huge parts of the image get cut of (the top third and the bottom third) [in this example, the original image is 6246 x 4170 px and it is cropped to 6276 x 1004 px]1895736483_2021-05-0900_20_41-Window.thumb.png.6166591207b64e04994c3af1b9aa7f7c.png_DSF7194.thumb.JPG.51f2e45eab1db51acec7564529ff1a5d.JPG

 

2. a black line appears on the right of the image (which shows up on the developed photo as well) [I can cut it of by cropping, but it is annoying after all]1248212183_2021-05-0900_27_41-Window.thumb.png.3ececff289aa489a08a88d175e0257d2.png_DSF7098.thumb.JPG.c6f6f9a709ebffc9aa931f60862300b8.JPG

 

3. everything works as intended 😃

 

It seems to be related to the focal length and the lens I used

For the first example I used a Fujifilm X-S10 Camera with a Fujinon XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS II lens set to 230mm; for the second example I used a Fujifilm X-S10 Camera with a Fujinon XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS lens set to 55mm.

My Version is 1.9.2.1035 on windows 10

I attached the original files for you to try to reproduce the issue.

Best Regards, Pepe

_DSF7098.RAF _DSF7194.RAF

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I can confirm this.

For me, the right side is slightly concave when lens correction is selected in the develop persona.

When I look at the images in XNView, they are complete and without a concave right border.

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The second issue is likely due to the lens correction and/or the fact we do not throw away pixels as to allow the user to decide. It looks like they are redundant pixels anyway at the right-edge because if I open it in IrfanView, you can see the image has already been cropped.

No idea about the first and I don't think I've seen that before so I will feed it back to the developers.

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