RawTherapee and Panasonic TZ90 / ZS70

(daxk) #1

Hello,

I have Panasonic TZ90 (ZS70 in US) and I was almost sure that I will work with RawTherapee, but it looks that program missed camera profile. I found on https://raw.pixls.us/ that my camera is missing photos. Is it mean that if I will upload photos somebody smarter than me will make profile for this camera? What exactly type of photo is needed?

regards,
d

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(Flössie) #2

Hi and welcome @da1k1,

Well, I thought the same:

If you provide a sample RAW from your camera we can try to find the source of the problem.

Thanks,
Flössie

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(daxk) #3

Is landscape photo with proper focus enough? I can do it in 5 minutes :slight_smile:

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(Flössie) #4

For now, any sample would do as your camera should be supported. Preferably use https://filebin.net/ for upload.

Taking shots for a DCP is a bit more work than 5 minutes. :wink:

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(daxk) #5

I uploaded sample photo here: https://filebin.net/x6kgfhqlijnp9zvy. There is also screen shot how it looks in RawTherapee. Please note that black frame around. Is it correct or not? What is strange (for me at least :slight_smile: ) in e.g IrfanView it looks normal.

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(Flössie) #6

Thanks, @da1k1!

With the latest RT (which will be 5.6 soon), the DCP is auto matched. So all is fine in this regard.

AFAIK this is normal for a compact camera. When zoomed out not the whole sensor is covered by the image. And IrfanView will only show you the embedded JPEG (as does RT before you open it the first time).

HTH,
Flössie

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(Flössie) #7

BTW: Try automatic distortion correction. Works quite well on your sample.

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(Morgan Hardwood) #8

@da1k1 it seems you’re referring to a lens profile, in which case see https://pixls.us/articles/create-lens-calibration-data-for-lensfun/

RawTherapee already ships a dual-illuminant input color profile for the Panasonic DC-TZ91 (DC-TZ90, DC-TZ92, DC-TZ93, DC-ZS70).

As for the dark edges around the image in the screenshot, see http://rawpedia.rawtherapee.com/Lens/Geometry#Lens_Hood

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(daxk) #9

Hello,

I’m sorry for late answer. Thanks for advices, I also read manual more carefully and now is more than enough :slight_smile:

Thanks.

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