Do you have your camera set to Auto DR? The DR settings are really only for camera-produced JPGs. Some Fuji cameras, not sure which ones or if any of the new ones are supported, Adobe does attempt to mimic the DR200 and DR400 processing if you have things set to these for all photos, but it doesn’t attempt this when the DR mode is set arbitrarily due to being in Auto DR mode. The best thing is to set DR100.
If Adobe does support DR200 and DR400 with your Fuji model, then you could have it set to those if you can predict the lighting will be the same for all the photos.
What the camera does for DR modes is shoot darker to protect the highlights, then, for its JPGs, brightens the shadows more than the highlights, similar to using the Shadows slider. But unless it is trying to mimic the camera processing, LR just sees the darker raw data as you have seen, and you can make your adjustments to your photos, manually.
Other cameras for Canon and Nikon, etc, have DR modes, and Adobe ignores them entirely, and the advice for people attempting to use them is don’t, just set your camera to non-auto-fix/non-DR modes and use LR to recover the highlights and/or shoot-darker yourself.
Thank you so much for you reply. Indeed, I was in DR Auto and now in DR 100 mode there is no issue anymore.
However I guess this is a bug from Adobe as I have this problem with X-T2 and not with X-T1
It is the camera boosting the exposure, brightness, of the JPG image. why would this be a LR problem.
Or maybe you don't have your X-T1 set to Auto-DR?
I have the issue with X-T2 and not with the X-T1, configured in RAW / DR Auto so this doesn't sound coherent.
I guess, as I never shoot in JPEG, that Lr doesn't interpret correctly the parameter DR Auto for RAW files from X-T2.
Moreover, if I use Silkypix I don't face the problem : the picture is correctly exposed ...
Yes, my X-T1 is set to DR Auto
I see the same behaviour. When DR is set to specific value 100, 200 or 400 then RAF is processed correctly. In case of AUTO value it get underexposed. Seems that LR cannot read and apply the DR AUTO correctly.
It would be great to have this bug fixed by Adobe.
I feel that its not correct to mark this question thread as "Answered" since the correct answer is wrong to claim that this feature is not supported by Adobe,.
This feature worked fine on X-T1 and previous generation Fuji cameras and its not working on the new X-T2.
Was there any reply from Adobe regarding this issue?