Would be nice to have support for the new m.Zuiko 100-400 5.0-6.3 IS
we should support this lens for Christmas.
Nice to hear, thank you. Looking forward to it.
It would be very helpful to have these Lens supported with the 1.4 and 2.0 converter. Most user I know using this lens with the converter.
It would be nice of course although I personally use it mainly without the converters. The support for converters would be helpful because of the optical problems especially with 2.0 coverter causing diffraction.
don’t worry, we wil support
- M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS
- M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS with TC x1.4 Zuiko
- M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS with TC x2.0 Zuiko
I have Photolab 3 and no module for this lens seems to be available. When can we expect it to be ready?
Thanks in advance.
PL version 4.0 supports this lens all ready so I presume that v. 3.0 is not going to support it.
modules for M.Zuiko 100-400mm are available for PL4 and 3.
Only problem you can have with PL3 is if you have a Panasonic camera as because of Exif information it might no be able to identify correctly images done with the M.Zuiko 100-400mm and TC extenders.
Can you provide me an image for test ?
Can you upload the ORF file, please ? I can’t downloadimage you put.
If it’s too heavy (but 20Mpix should be fine) or you don’t want to share it with others please upload it here upload.dxo.com under your name instead of ‘support ticket number’ and let me know when ready.
That’s not a RAW file, it’s a jpeg.
I managed to download the jpeg but the EXIF data is incomplete.
Google photos made the conversion to jpeg. Sorry.
PL recognizes the lens in the ORF:
Sorry, google photos converted the file do jped. I uploaded a ORF file to upload.dxo.com with ticket number amrlima.
Hello @amrlima ,
thanks, I got your image.
We got some issues with the CAFList3.db file (the file that match DxO Optics Modules and images), it misses some moidules compared to file for PL4.
It will be corrected at the beginning of February (3rd, or at the latest 10th).
Thank you @Marie!
Looking forward to that update then.