Adobe Standard is the only profile available for Panasonic cameras. Adobe only creates camera style profiles for the most widely used cameras. But you can create your own profiles using the DNG profile Editor.
Everything you thought you wanted to know about DNG camera profiles:
All about In this 30 minute video, we’ll look into the creation and use of DNG camera profiles in three raw converters. The video covers:
What are DNG camera profiles, how do they differ from ICC camera profiles.
Misconceptions about DNG camera profiles.
Just when, and why do you need to build custom DNG camera profiles?
How to build custom DNG camera profiles using the X-rite Passport software.
The role of various illuminants on camera sensors and DNG camera profiles.
Dual Illuminant DNG camera profiles.
Examples of usage of DNG camera profiles in Lightroom, ACR, and Iridient Developer.
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I get in a little over my head sometimes, so I'll lead with the suggestion that I'm not absolutely certain how this works.
My understanding is that with many fixed lens cameras the profiles are baked into the RAW file and LR does not need to make corrections. My google searching and reading, also suggests that the Panasonic M4/3 cameras also bake the profiles into the RAW files.
For the FZ150, you may need to do nothing!
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What you're thinking of is lens profiles not camera profiles. Lens correction parameters are stored in the raw files for many mirrorless cameras so LR wouldn't need an external lens profile for the camera, but unless the camera is producing DNGs there isn't any Adobe-compatible DNG camera profile stored in the raw image file, so what you see for Profiles in the Camera Calibration Profile area is all there is for the camera unless you make your own using something like an X-Rite Color Checker Passport.
99jon - Many thanks-will have a look.
whsprague - Liking your answer Thank you!
ssprengel - Many thanks - will simply carry on as before and not worry about either whilst using the bridge camera