Lightroom/Camera Raw: Camera and Lens profile support for Olympus SLRs

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Is there any chance at all of having LR3 provide lens and camera profiles for the Olympus E3 digital SLR ?
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Brett N, Official Rep

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Hello Roger,

While we continually create and release new lens profiles with each Camera Raw update, getting your specific camera and lens combination in the mix can have some long odds. Rather than waiting for us to release a profile, you can create your own. The tool for doing so can be found here.

Additionally, someone in the community may have already created a profile for your camera/lens. Check here.

-Brett
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Roger Walton

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Thanks for your reply. No profiles created as yet.
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I'm working now for 6 years with Olympus cameras and for 4 years with lightroom as my RAW-converter.
But there isn't any camera-profile in lightroom for Olympus and it's lenses .
There are profiles of nearly all of the other types.
So my idea : Get Olympus and it's most needed lenses (12-60 f.e.) in the calibration and profilemodule .

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Get Olympus-cameraprofiles in lightroom.
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I am very disappointed that Adobe has not included ANY of the Olympus pro and semi pro lenses in the Lens Correction profiles in camera raw 6.4.1. I use the Olympus 12 - 60 SWD and 50 - 200 SWD semi-pro lenses which I believe thoroughly deserve to be included, along with others I am sure. Tamron, Sony and Pentax et al have been included. How can you justify none of the Olympus lenses? Disgraceful and somewhat elitist of you.

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Lens correction profiles.
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For the Olympus Micro Four-Thirds models (E-P1, etc.) we already have automatic distortion correction applied to raw files that are read into ACR and LR.

As for SLR models and lenses ...

We have been working with some lens vendors to build profiles. This can result in very high quality profiles, as they are based in part on the original optical design of the lens, and in part on real-world testing and tuning. A number of vendors have contributed to this effort (including Sigma, Tamron, Pentax, Leica, and Zeiss). Unfortunately we have not yet been able to supply profiles from Olympus in this vein for their SLR models, but that's not to say it won't ever come.
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I know this is an old comment, but can you elaborate on your first paragraph? Does that mean that RAW files shot with Olympus cameras and lenses don't need further distortion correction.
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Kobold_IR

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The Raw files shot with Oly-Cameras do need a distortion correction. I've created a lot of panoramas and it was a very hard work to get all in a good way together. So I took the lens profile creator of Adobe and made my own lens profiles. Now it's even easier to build a panorama.
May be in a few days I get it linked on my homepage.
Then I'll show it here ...
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(Oops, looks like my post from yesterday got deleted or never made it thru.)

Raw files shot with Micro Four-Thirds models already have a baseline level of distortion correction applied. This isn't quite the same as saying that they "don't need any further correction," though. In some cases, you may find that the results need a bit of tuning, which you can take care of using the Distortion slider in the Lens Correction -> Manual panel.
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Do you mean the distortion correction applied by the camera itself?
Because that only applies to Olympus cameras with Olympus lenses or Panasonic cameras with Panasonic lenses. They don't cross correct.
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The Raw files shot with Oly-Cameras do need a distortion correction. I've created a lot of panoramas and it was a very hard work to get all in a good way together. So I took the lens profile creator of Adobe and made my own lens profiles. Now it's even easier to build a panorama.
May be in a few days I get it linked on my homepage.
Then I'll show it here ...
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Please, please add support for Olympus Micro Four-Thirds lenses in the form of lens profile support (esp. M.Zuiko 1.8 12 mm and 45 mm primes)! I have read here that Lightroom would apply automatic distortion and vignetting correction... but when I pull down the list of manufacturers there isn't a single Olympus model (although the list contains some at least for me exotic sounding names)?

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Lightroom/Camera Raw: Lens profile support for Olympus Micro Four-Thirds lenses coming?.
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Support for distortion correction for all MFT lenses and cameras has been there automatically since the beginning, for both Panasonic and Olympus cameras. This happens automatically, without any action needed by the user. You should not expect to find any profiles listed in the popups, because the corrections are always applied.

Details here: Cameras with built-in lens profile support
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Eric- thanks for the answer here. I was wondering if you could include something to this effect on the Lens profile support page http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/mu... as nothing on that page mentions anything about automatically correcting profiles for MFT cameras. If you Google ACR lens profile support, you would never know that the MFT lenses have embedded profiles and automatic correction from the official Adobe page. I think this leads to a lot of confusion for folks about whether Adobe supports their cameras and a simple statement on the main page would go a long way to clearing this up. Thanks
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Thomas Geist

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Very good proposal!
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Eric Chan, Camera Raw Engineer

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You make a good point, Jeremy. I'll see what I can do. (In the past there were some non-technical constraints that prevented us from doing so.)
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Thomas Geist

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The Adobe Standard profile in Lightroom and ACR provides a very different color rendition that what the camera originally creates. Especially the skin tones have seen lots of praise all over the web and from many OM-D shooters.

I would like to ask for camera profiles that provide a color rendition as close to the original Olympus Picture Modes as possible. At least for the main ones (Vivid, Natural, Portrait, Muted).

Thank you!

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
ACR/Lightroom: Give us color profiles for the Olympus OM-D EM-5 that provide the original Olympus colors.
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In fact, the absence of camera calibration profiles for the OM-D was the concluding flaw that let me return my camera. I guess I'm forever spoiled by the fantastic color rendition LR provides for my D700 shots.
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Ok - I had done some lens and camera profiles :
for the Olympus E-3 with the lenses :

12-60mm ED, f / 2.8 - 4.0

70-300mm ED, f / 4.0 - 5.6

and the Olympus E-5 with the lenses :

12-60mm ED, f / 2.8 - 4.0

50-200mm ED, f / 2.8 - 3.5

70-300mm ED, f / 4.0 - 5.6

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom Lens correction does not support Olympus! Please add support..

Lens Correction does not support Olympus
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That's only sort-of true. There is no Olympus or Panasonic profile in Lens Corrections, but that is because Lightroom automatically auto-corrects for these lenses (it is not optional).

Some software packages like CaptureOne or Darktable don't do this and you can see what an uncorrected raw file looks like. With wide-angle lenses, the difference is very noticeable.
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Chris Castleberry, Camera Raw Engineer

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Hi Roberto and Carolyn,

Micro Fourth Thirds cameras such as Olympus write lens correction data into the raw images they produce, and Adobe Camera Raw/Lightroom interprets and automatically applies the corrections. From there you can manually tune corrections in the Lens Corrections panel if necessary.

Regards,

- Chris
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Why no lens profile for the Fuji X100s?.

Is there a reason that Lightroom doesn't have a lens profile for the fuji x100s?

It's been out a while now, and the old X100 profile does not work automatically with X100s images.

Would be good to get fixed.....
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Chris Castleberry, Camera Raw Engineer

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The lens profile for the X100S was added in Lightroom 5.4. Confirm you have at least this version of the application. If so, are you able to see the X100S profile when doing a manual profile selection?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Can we have Fuji XF Lens Profiles?.

The Fuji XF lenses have been around for a few years now, does anyone know when there will be Fuji XF Lens profiles? The Fuji XF cameras are very popular (VSCO even includes camera profiles for them) and lens profiles would be very helpful.
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Fujifilm XF lenses are corrected automatically and do not require external lens profiles. Depending on how current you are with Lightroom/Camera Raw, you should be able to see an Info icon at the bottom of the Lens Corrections panel when "Enable Lens Corrections" is unchecked. Clicking on the icon will present a dialog that explains which aberrations the built-in profile corrects.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled LR5 - no Fuji X-E1 Camera/Lens Profile.

I use LR5.6, but it was also the problem in previous versions.

In LR LIBRARY module, the CAMERA model (X-E1) and the LENS model (e.g. X18mm2 R) is correctly displayed.

In the LR DEVELOP module;
when you tick CORRECTION PROFILE, there is NO profile found.

In the TAB profile you can than select yourself the BRAND = FUJI
and select the MODEL/PROFILE, but the possible selections are than only: Finepix X100 or the Finepix X100S

OK, let's convert the RAF into DNG thru the latest Adobe DNG Converter 8.6 as the Fuji X-E1 should already be supported by since DNG Converter 7.2!
Well DNG Converter is a bit of a black box, you only know it is converting from native RAW to DNG raw file format.

Loading the DNG into LR5.6, to cut story short: SAME RESULT wrt LIBRARY and DEVELOP module.

Dear gents and ladies of Adobe, in what way can you say you support FUJI X-E1 with its X-lenses ?
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Fujifilm XF lenses are corrected automatically and do not require external lens profiles. Depending on how current you are with Lightroom/Camera Raw, you should be able to see an Info icon at the bottom of the Lens Corrections panel when "Enable Lens Corrections" is unchecked. Clicking on the icon will present a dialog that explains which aberrations the built-in profile corrects.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled lens profile support for fuji X30.

any plans to add this?
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom/Camera Raw: Where are lens profiles for Fuji XF lenses?.

When will Adobe add lens profiles for the Fujinon XF lenses used on the Fuji X-T1 and other Fuji X systems cameras?
Specifically the XF 10-24mm F/4.0 R OIS, 18-135mm F/3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR and 55-200mm F/3.5-4.8 R LM OIS.
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Chris Castleberry, Camera Raw Engineer

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Fujifilm XF lenses are corrected automatically and do not require external lens profiles. Depending on how current you are with Lightroom/Camera Raw, you should be able to see an Info icon at the bottom of the Lens Corrections panel when "Enable Lens Corrections" is unchecked. Clicking on the icon will present a dialog that explains which aberrations the built-in profile corrects.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Why after all these years you have in the drop down menu in lens correction no Ol....

Why after all these years you have in the drop down menu in lens correction no Olympus Lenses. ?? I have been a supporter of Adobe for years and i am amazed that you haven't included these. Please add these to the list. Thanks, Ivan
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Fuji lens correction profiles.

No Lens correction Profiles found for Fujinon Lenses (for the 23mm f2 e.g.).
When do you plan to update the Lens Profiles?

Regards
Antonio