Lightroom Classic: How can I correct camera metadata?

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I have lots of photographs (mostly scanned by an Epson V600 that don't correctly list the scanner as the camera type).  However, the color profile is Epson RGB.

How can I:
1.  Filter for these- didn't find color profile in metadata search
2.  Correct the camera type to Epson V600

Thanks!
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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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You need third party plugins for that. The ‘AnyFilter’ plugin should allow you to search by color profile, if I am not mistaken. There are also plugins that can change EXIF metadata. I don’t have URL’s for you, but they should be easy to find in Google.
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Good starting point when looking for a plug-in is The Photographer's Toolbox

http://www.photographers-toolbox.com/index.php

and there's Jeffrey Friedl's site

http://regex.info/blog/lightroom-goodies

As well as his own plug-ins, he lists a few sites where they can be found. I use his Flickr publisher and highly recommend it.

HTH
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john beardsworth

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At The Photographer's Toolbox, see Capture Time to EXIF which lets you enter details like camera model or other information.

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I checked for URL’s:
AnyFilter can be found here: http://www.johnrellis.com/lightroom/a...
This may be what you need next: https://github.com/DaveBurns/ExifMeta