Lightroom/Camera Raw: Camera and Lens profiles for Nokia Lumia 1020

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I would like to see camera and lens correction profiles available in Lightroom when editing Nokia Lumia 1020 photos
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Matt Glastonbury

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Posted 5 years ago

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Eric Chan, Camera Raw Engineer

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The camera profile is embedded in the DNG (provided by Nokia).
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Matt Glastonbury

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Thanks Eric!

Do you have an ETA or method of updating to shoot with the DNG files?
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Eric Chan, Camera Raw Engineer

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Sorry, Matt, I don't -- that's up to Nokia.
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Chad Voller

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Bumping this up. Would like a lens profile for the 1020.
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Adam

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I'd like a lens distortion profile for the Lumia 1020, too, but I don't want to make it myself. :)
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Can you provide a DNG from the camera? Or are you asking for JPG lens corrections?
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Adam

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I imagine the lens would treat JPGs created from the sensor the same was as the DNGs, (unless it was a cropped JPG) but yes I could upload a DNG... though just after I said I didn't want to do it myself, I printed a bunch of Adobe camera calibration charts and was going to try to find the time to run the lens profile creation process on at least 9 shots this weekend. Since it's a fixed-focal length and fixed-aperture, I realized it shouldn't be quite as involved as a zoom lens or even a prime lens on a DSLR.

Is this the same tool you would have used? http://www.adobe.com/support/download...
Or do you have better lens distortion profile creation tools?
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Steve Sprengel, Champion

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For lens profile creation, that's the ALPC I would have used, yes.

My suspicion is that Adobe already corrects the lens distortions, which is why I wanted to see a DNG, to open it in non-Adobe software of some sort, to see the uncorrected version.
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Adam

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Okay, I did it: http://pocketnow.com/2015/02/11/how-t...

Here's a direct link to the LCP file for the Nokia Lumia 1020: http://pocketnow.com/wp-content/uploa...