I an talking about Camer RA VSCO presets. For a given file there are several version:

C - Agfa Scala 200
F - Agfa Scala 200
L - Agfa Scala 200
N - Agfa Scala 200
O - Agfa Scala 200
S - Agfa Scala 200
SO - Agfa Scala 200

Applying one or the other doesn't seems to make a difference. What does those letters stand for?


From the website help screen it looks like these match my first guess: names of camera makers.

C = Canon
F = Fujifilm
L = Leica
N = Nikon
O = Olympus
S = Sony

... and are you sure that last SO isn't SC for "Standard Cameras"?

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VSCO --- Visual Supply Company

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    He's not asking what VSCO stands for, but rather what the various preset codes mean – MikeW Oct 20 '17 at 1:30

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