Discussion in 'Post Processing Forum' started by Brian1940, Mar 12, 2018.
As long as you've kept the camera. Without the camera that took the shot the software doesn't work.
Interesting. The exact same camera, the same model of camera, or simply the same sensor/processor?
For example if somebody traded an X-T2 for an X-H1 would that work or not? I imagine that the X-T3 (as/when it appears) will have a new sensor/processor - so I can certainly see why that wouldn't work.
Same model as I understand. Follow the Fuji link in my first post in this thread. It says:
"Please note, the RAW conversion is only compatible with a RAW file taken by the same camera model as the camera connected to the computer. For example, if the connected camera is a FUJIFILM X-T2, the RAW file must be taken by a FUJIFILM X-T2".
That's as much as I know as I have only the XT2 these days so haven't experimented with two bodies.
As I've said repeatedly the software is exactly the same as the in-camera software and that only works with raw files in the same camera type.
Yeah, has to be the same model. All my XT2 raws can no longer be converted with the tool now I’ve traded it in.
You could probably change the EXIF data if you really need to edit older files.
My way is SD card via card reader to a folder in Finder to import into Lr, and I have the full set of Lr tools available. The lossless compressed files will not display on a Mac! Uncompressed files should be OK.