Lens Correction for Rokinon 14mm f2.8 Lens
Hello, I have a Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 prime lens that I use for astrophotography. I'm trying to figure out a way I can apply Lens Correction for this lens in ON1, however when I am using the Lens Correction feature I get no Make or Lens options to choose from.
Anyone know if there's anything I can do about this?
It looks like the lens information is not in the Exif information from your camera.
In the browse module you should see the lens information in the top grey box ( click the info tab if the box is not showing ) you should also see the lens information down in the Exif section. If the lens info is not there you could try rereading the metadata from the photo by clicking Photo on the top menu bar and the click "Read Metadata from photo". Without the lens info on1 cannot apply the correct lens.0
Matthew, I just realized you indicated you get no options to choose from. In my previous response I was thinking more on the lines of auto applying lens correction. I see there are no dropdown arrows in your photo perhaps lack of lens info is causing that? Do you only have this issue with this lens? Also some bad news for you I looked under lens select and it seems for some reason On1 does not have lens profiles for Rokinon lenses.0
@David Kick - Actually it is indicated as either Rokinon or Samyang so I see it there in your drop down as Samyang. I think it's the parent company or something. Anyway, how were you able to navigate to the selection drop down for those lenses? Or maybe ON1 just doesn't provide the option for manual lenses?0
You should have the little gray dropdown arrows to the right of the make and lens boxes. Clicking on these should allow you to make a lens selection.
I see you have no lens information in your EXIF metadata perhaps that is why there are no dropdown arrows. Maybe the Rokonin lens doesn't provide this info to the camera? Do you have the dropdown arrows with other lenses? If so I would suspect this might be the cause. If you do not have the dropdown arrows with other lenses you should probably submit a support ticket.0
@David Kick yeah I think that's right. I've been searching around and it looks like this Rokinon is a popular lens for astrophotography, which is why I got it, but it has zero electronics on it so it doens't communicate with the camera at all. Makes it cheaper, but lacks EXIF info.... :(0
@David Kick - I do get the automatic lens info for my other lenses which have some electronics on them so I don't think it's an issue with ON1 at this point.0
You would think you should be able to pick a lens even with no lens in the EXIF info.
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@David Kick OK thanks will do!0
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