gonzalu, the reason is because the profiles are installed separately for Camera Raw vs Lightroom.
If you're using Lr 5.x, then to get the extra D7200 profiles visible in Lr, you'll need to manually copy/install them. Try looking here:
and copy the contents of that folder to here:
(where you should substitute your actual username, above).
Then restart Lr and the profiles should be visible now.
(You don't need to do this step if you're running Lr CC, because the new profiles are included with that installation.)
OK let's give it a shot. I find it odd that somehow Photoshop/Camera RAW was smart enough to get these profiles either automagically from Adobe or from the DNG but LR was not that smart?
So I copied the D7200 folder from/to as you suggested and ... they show up! Voila!
Thank you very much for that... cheers!
Glad the manual-copy step worked.
In case you're curious, normally profiles can be transferred/obtained via DNG files, but only if they are embedded inside the DNG itself. During DNG conversion (using DNG Converter), only a single profile is embedded, and this is normally Adobe Standard. So the other profiles in question here (Camera Standard, etc.) are not embedded within the DNG. This is why they are not available when opening that DNG in Lr 5.x.
Thank you... however, why was Photoshop CS6/ACR 8.x smarter than LR 5.x ? I mean I did NOTHING to prompt ACR/PSCS6 to get those profiles
In any case, this is just out of curiosity, I am glad it is working.