Lightroom/Camera Raw: Sony SEL1224G lens profile problem (Sony FE 12-24mm F4 G)

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Good day. I want to say that the Sony SEL1224G lens profile, which is available in Lightroom Classic CC is problematic, it makes too much removal of vignetting and the result is the opposite effect and a dark spot inside the frame.

Please review this profile.

Waiting for an answer.
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SergioDenisenko

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Posted 1 month ago

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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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I agree. I often set the vignetting slider to 50% to correct for this.
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SergioDenisenko

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This is also not quite a solution, since the frame field is still not in the same sharpness and contrast.
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Simon Chen, Principal Computer Scientist

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Thanks for the report. Will ask the team to investigate.
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SergioDenisenko

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Any ideas?

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Lee Dang

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Lens correction can be downloaded here https://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1500748
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SergioDenisenko

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with this profile vignetting is GOOD!
BuT!!! all corners is dirty green:(
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SergioDenisenko

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Any ideas?
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Steve Sprengel, Champion

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Once Adobe Engineer Simon Chen acknowledged the report, above, Adobe probably isn't going to comment further.  You'll just have to wait until the next release of ACR/LR to see if something is different.
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The lens profiles created by the developers at DxO Labs are far superior to those of Adobe, and available earlier and with more camera combinations.  Purchase DxO Optics Pro, use the Lightroom Plug-in, and apply the DxO profile to your image.

Typically, after importing a shoot where I used a new lens or camera combination into Lightroom, I open the standalone DxO program, open the folder where the images are located, and DxO will automatically (or prompt you, depending upon your preferences) download the necessary profiles for all the images in the folder.

Then I go back to LR, use the plugin, and apply the profiles.  Saves waiting for the downloads whilst in LR, which does only one at a time.  Also saves time waiting for the Adobe 'engineers' to play catch up!