- Lens correction for all Micro 4/3 (MFT) lenses and cameras, including Panasonic and Olympus cameras, and other cameras (including Fuji X, Leica Q, plus many point-and-shoot models from Canon, etc.) happens automatically without any interaction by the customer.
- You should not expect to find any profiles listed in the popups, because the corrections are always applied.
If you are unsure whether your lens is supported automatically refer to the "info" button/icon on the Lens Corrections tab.
Camera Raw Lens Corrections tab (left ) & Lightroom Lens Corrections tab (right):
- If your lens isn't currently supported, you can create your own custom lens profile.
Unfortunately, it does not happen automatically. Camera Raw recognizes it
in the file name, but does not allow any lens correction either. Both LR
and CR say "none" when the "allow profile corrections" is checked--as in,
there isn't any lens profile available. I tried to select it from the list
of camera brands in the drop-down, where "None" is checked. There's no
obvious way to fix that except by choosing the camera brand, but Panasonic
is not listed. When I first used my Nikon, long ago, I had to find Nikon
in the list and check it, instead of "None.". Obviously, I'd do that if I
I have checked the list of supported cameras, and both my cameras (along
with many other Panasonics) are listed as supported. What seems to be
missing is Panasonic entirely. Why should I have to create new profiles
when they are supposed to be there already?
You camera is listed in Camera raw supported list.That means you can work on the raw files captured by those cameras.
But the lens profile associated with them are not in supported list that is the reason you do not have them listed under profile correction.
Well, I'm confused. Either the correction is automatically applied (which
is a bummer as far as I am concerned) or the lens isn't supported. I
suppose this is another one of those Adobe mysteries. (One of these
cameras, by the way, has a 1" sensor--it's not a 4/3 lens.)
Anyway, thanks for your responses.
FYI, the "automatic" lens correction does nothing noticeable. There is a
very large amount of lens distortion very obviously remaining.
i like to add that LR 6.x does not recognize my sony a6000 with the kit lens (16-55mm).
with my canon cameras and lenses the lens profile is loaded automatically when i check lens correction in LR.
with the sony it´s not.
i manually have to set the camera brand to SONY.. only then the lens profile will be loaded.
I did that with my Nikon and only wish I could do that now. Apparently
there is no Panasonic lens supported, since Panasonic isn't one of the
Your A6000 also has a built-in lens profiles embedded in the raw files, themselves, that should duplicate the corrections the camera does to its own JPGs, and in LR6 you can see this by UNCHECKING the Enable Profile Corrections.
If you, or anyone, feel a built-in lens profile isn't being applied properly upload an example raw file to www.dropbox.com and post a public share link to it, here, and others can take a look at it.