Re: Camera Calibration Lightroom v 4.4: My raw files from Sony SLT-A33 have only one profile: Adobe Standard.
There is absolutely nothing else there: Not even Landscape, Neutral, Portrait, Standard and Vivid.
Its just like the raw file was a scanned image or a jpeg.
The Camera-centric profiles for Canon, Nikon and some Pentax cameras are Adobe’s attempt to mimic the similarly-named in-camera color modes, but they are only approximate so aren’t some magic bullet to make your photos look like the camera-JPGs.
Creating one or more custom profiles for your camera is relatively simple, although you’ll need to invest in a standardized color checker calibration target.
I use the Color Checker Passport from X-rite, which comes with its own software and LR plug-in to create camera profiles, and then Adobe’s DNG Profile Editor also uses photos of a CC to create camera profiles. The profiles from each are a little different so it doesn’t hurt to make some from both products to see if one renders better in a particular situation. You can make one for various lighting situations, even ones that aren’t covered by Adobe-supplied profiles, such as lighting that has a large positive or negative Tint value like Fluorescent and arena lighting.