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PTLens is a free add-on for [[Panorama Tools]] that automatically corrects for [[vignetting]], [[pincushion distortion]] and [[barrel distortion]]. It has received rave reviews from professionals around the world and is available as a [[Photoshop]] plug in, as a stand alone program for Windows and as a command line utility for windows.
 
PTLens is a free add-on for [[Panorama Tools]] that automatically corrects for [[vignetting]], [[pincushion distortion]] and [[barrel distortion]]. It has received rave reviews from professionals around the world and is available as a [[Photoshop]] plug in, as a stand alone program for Windows and as a command line utility for windows.
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There is a command-line version called [[clens]] that uses the same database of lenses and which is available for Linux, Windows and OS X.
  
 
It supports a wide range of [http://www.epaperpress.com/ptlens/profile.html prosumer] and [http://www.epaperpress.com/ptlens/profileSLR.html SLR] cameras and if you do not find your camera/lens combination in PTlens, you are invited to forward calibration pictures to the author Thomas Niemann.
 
It supports a wide range of [http://www.epaperpress.com/ptlens/profile.html prosumer] and [http://www.epaperpress.com/ptlens/profileSLR.html SLR] cameras and if you do not find your camera/lens combination in PTlens, you are invited to forward calibration pictures to the author Thomas Niemann.

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PTLens is a free add-on for Panorama Tools that automatically corrects for vignetting, pincushion distortion and barrel distortion. It has received rave reviews from professionals around the world and is available as a Photoshop plug in, as a stand alone program for Windows and as a command line utility for windows.

There is a command-line version called clens that uses the same database of lenses and which is available for Linux, Windows and OS X.

It supports a wide range of prosumer and SLR cameras and if you do not find your camera/lens combination in PTlens, you are invited to forward calibration pictures to the author Thomas Niemann.