I only see some lenses to pick from in the lens correction menu. According to a list on the Adobe website, my lens (Tamron 18-270) should be included, but it is not.
I am using Lightroom 5 on a Win PC and a Sony Alpha 58 camera. Photos made as RAW.
Any idea where I can find or activate the lens?
Could it be, that the Sony camera does not write the lens information in the EXIF file so that Lightroom doesn`t know which lens I used? But if so, why can I pick several from different companies (Canon, ...) but not the one from Tamron?
There are 5 18-270 Tamron lenses listed if you set the Make to Tamron and scroll up in the list to the top using the arrow at the top left of the list.
There is only one Tamron lens listed, not an 18-270, if you have a non-raw file selected.
Here is what I see at the top of the Tamron list and I just chose one of the 5 arbitrarily. I have no idea which of them is right, if any, for your Sony:
Nevermind, now it works. Maybe there was an update for Lightroom or I did something wrong before. But thanks anyways
Working on a non-raw file would explain it.