Lightroom: Support lens corrections for "DJI FC6310"? (Phantom 4 Pro)

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Lightroom still doesn't have a lens profile for DJI FC6310 camera on the Phantom 4 Pro drone.
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Michael Anderson

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Posted 2 years ago

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John MacLean

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Mine says it's built-in.

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Chris Castleberry, Camera Raw Engineer

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Official Response
Correct. DJI recently began using opcodes in newer models to store lens corrections that Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw can read and apply directly. There is no need for an external lens profile. If you click on the "i" on the bottom of the Lens Corrections panel, it will show a dialog that explains which lens aberrations are being corrected by the opcodes.
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Stephen Newport

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Why is it that when I bring the DNG's into Capture One it allows me to expand the crop quite a bit, but in Lightroom there is no more information outside of the crop?

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Troy Fardell

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I have Lr CC2015 and a P4P but I do not get the "Built-in" option. The 'i' says something like unable to detect lens profile. What am I missing?
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Chris Castleberry, Camera Raw Engineer

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Are you attempting to apply the profile to a raw file or JPEG?

If the latter, we do not provide external profiles for JPEGs on most cameras since they are often already corrected in the camera.

If you are attempting to apply it to a raw file, please post a sample where I can download for evaluation.


- Chris