Lightroom: Cannot find my camera or lens in Filter/Lens Correct. I have a Canon 5D Mark IV

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Cannot find my camera or lens in Filter/Lens Correct.  I have a Canon 5D Mark IV.  I can only find the Mark III.  When I select that and anything that approximates my lens the image changes to fish-eye
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Posted 12 months ago

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As always: without more information (Photoshop version, Windows/Mac) it becomes very difficult to give any useful advice.
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It's Windows 10,  Adobe CC, based on the help menu, it's specifically: Adobe Photoshop Version: 2017.1.1 20170425.r.252 2017/04/25:23:00:00 CL 1113967  x64
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Are you shooting raw or jpeg? If you shoot raw, the lens corrections would normally be applied in Camera Raw, not in this filter. If you shoot jpeg, then perhaps there is no jpeg lens profile for the lens you used. Choosing another profile that 'approximates' your lens is useless.
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Camera model isn't important.

Which specific lens are you referring to?
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This still appears to be a current issue.  I just purchased a 5D mark iv and it does not automatically recognize my Canon16-35 2.8 mark II.  I have MAC OS High Sierra 10.13.1.  Help!  I need to get this functioning within a week for a job.
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What is your issue?  Are you shooting JPG?

There is a raw profile for the Canon 16-35L f/2.8 II lens in LR since 2010.  There is no JPG profile.

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