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Sorry, never even heard of "Marina Miller". Have you tried contacting her?
Camera Raw presets are based on "Absolute Values" which means that and settings or sub-settings in a Preset will be applied EXACTLY when applied. This can be a good thing, or not. Depending on how the presets were developed, they may be entirely camera dependent...which means they may work for one type of camera and fail with another.
This isn't a Camera Raw issue...that's the way saved Presets were made to be used...
Why....Why would you expect presets for a Nikon to work on a FujiS5...
That's like trying to put coal into an electric car.
Dump the presets anyway...
The whole concept is flawed unless you are shooting in a studio with everything (camera, lights, softboxes, film, digital back, lenses (each lens you use is a different color) calibrated like you would for a catalog shoot. And you are within 1/6th of an f stop on your exposures over and over again.