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Nov 28, 2012 06:24 |  #1

The camera has in-camera lens aberration correction. LR4 also has this. Is one of them better than the other?

I also assume that I should choose one or the other? If you use both will you end up over correcting, thus adding distortion.

Basically the same question regarding in camera Peripheral illumination correction and chromantic aberration. In-camera or LR4?

I shoot RAW if that makes any difference.


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Nov 28, 2012 06:36 |  #2

your in-camera lens aberration correction will only be available if you use Canon DPP to opening your raw files in your computer, if you use LR, you'll use LR own lens correction profiles.


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Nov 28, 2012 07:27 as a reply to  @ marcial4's post |  #3

Thanks for that. I will make sure the in-camera is off and use LR4.


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Nov 28, 2012 08:10 |  #4

LR4 (and LR3 before it) comes preloaded with a lot of common lens correction profiles that work pretty well. You also can make your own and might be able to find some online that others have created.


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Nov 28, 2012 08:28 as a reply to  @ amfoto1's post |  #5

But if you shoot RAW, the camera's setting is just a pre-loaded setup, nothing which actually has been executed. It's only applied ot the pre-view jpeg, and any jpeg you may have selected to store simultaneously with the RAW.
If you open your images using Canon's DPP, such setups are then applied as defaults for you further processing, but can be altered if you change you mind later.


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