Camera Raw: Canon RF 24-240 profile?

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Adobe lists the Canon RF 24-240 lens as a supported lens, but the profile does not appear in Lightroom CC (it has the Canon RF 24-105, but not the RF 24-240).  Is this profile going to be added soon?
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Adobe only produces both a raw and JPEG lens profile for specific lens types. There is only a raw lens profile for the Canon RF 24-240, but both raw and JPEG for the Canon RF 24-105. Most likely you are editing a JPEG file so no lens profile will show.

You can create a JPEG version of the raw lens profile as outlined at the below link. This will properly correct Distortion, but may over or under correct Vignetting since the JPEG file has already been processed in-camera. You may be able to correct this by simply changing the Vignetting Amount slider setting and then use Setup> Save new lens profile defaults.

http://betterfamilyphotos.blogspot.com/2010/12/lightroom-creating-jpeg-lens-correction.html

You could also enable the Peripheral Illumination Correction setting and Distortion Correction setting if available in your camera, which will apply the proper correction to JPEG files. If you do so make sure to disable the Profile Corrections inside LR when importing new JPEG files or you will be applying double-correction.
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Thank you, Todd.  To clarify, what I need is the raw lens profile for the Canon RF 24-240.  The camera (EOS R) makes the lens adjustments internally for the JPEG files, so no profile is needed to correct JPG files in Lightroom CC. But for the Canon RF lenses, Lightroom CC includes a raw profile for only the RF 24-105. But there is no profile for the 24-240.  That's what I'm looking for--the raw profile for the 24-240.  

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