Film Simulation on a Nikon – Sony – Pentax…?

Perhaps this is the start of a whole new page dedicated to film simulation for cameras other than Fuji.
Yes, it is indeed possible to apply film simulation on a Nikon, Sony … or Pentax, but actually, as a loyal Pentax user for many years, I already knew that.
Long before the wondrous Fuji Film simulations were even discussed, Pentax also had “in camera” recipes.
The names weren’t as imaginative as “Velvia”, the Pentax equivalent would then be “Vibrant” or “Radiant”.
And those settings can also be adjusted to create your own “custom” variant.
But that’s only Pentax, also with other brands such as Nikon, Sony … there are possibilities that you might not have known yet?
Anyway, here are links to websites dealing with Film Simulation other than Fuji Cameras.

Ricoh – Pentax

“Custom Image”

Due to circumstances it is still difficult to get further with my “real film” based film simulations.
But, I have not been idle.
An old project has surfaced again, and with the knowledge of my latest PictureFX “in camera” Fujifilm simulations and the “real film” based Superia 200 simulation, I was able to make a new creation.
I do not want to say more about it now, I hope to be able to publish by next Monday. So stay tuned !

Don’t have a Pentax, Nikon, Sony …?
Don’t worry, for the best Fujifilm Recipes visit my friends Mark G. Adams website:

Published by Marc R.

Belgium Based and Retired Photographer, IT specialist, Technician and Bushcrafter - not necessarily in that order. A few years back I got a message on my PC : "The box said 'Required Windows 11 or better'. So, I installed Linux Kubuntu 20.04 LTS" :-) - My Photography software : RawTherapee, Darktable, Digikam, Luminance HDR, Hugin, Gimp and many other. Oh yes, the email address is still there, but I'm not a Pentaxian anymore - now i'am proud to be a Fujiian !

2 thoughts on “Film Simulation on a Nikon – Sony – Pentax…?

    1. Thanks ! well, there is such a huge selection of Fuji recipes that as a “different camera user” someone might feel left out in the cold.
      And I thought, maybe if people realize that they can also adjust things on their own camera, the fun will be rekindled.
      If you happen to remember anything about that website and if it still exists and is useful, you may always forward it to me Mark.


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