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X5 does not apply lens profile of Olympus 12mm in RAW
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Hi-FlyFoto
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Hi,
recently I have bought an Inspire Pro and am using it with the Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12mm 1:2.0 and DJI MFT 15mm,F/1.7 lenses.

I have found that apparently there is no lens correction profile included in the RAW files of the, supposedly compatible, Olympus 12 mm lens.
The same lens with a Panasonic GH4 is corrected the way it is supposed to. The DJI 15 mm also works on the X5.
Rudimentary test photos for illustration can be seen here: http://hi-flyfoto.de/testfotos

Has anyone else had this issue with other compatible lenses?
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Michael
2016-7-23
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Hi-FlyFoto
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This is apparently an error in the firmware and has been reported to DJI China.

Hopefully it will be corrected in the next update.
2016-11-18
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DJI-Jamie
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Hi-FlyFoto Posted at 2016-11-18 19:24
This is apparently an error in the firmware and has been reported to DJI China.

Hopefully it will b ...

Could you please clarify what program you're using and what operating system your computer uses?
2016-11-18
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Dobmatt
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Hmm, mine RAW files are corrected with Oly 12mm or 45mm lens profiles (Photoshop CC on Mac Retina) ...
2016-11-18
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flighttime1
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There is no question the exif data reports the correct lens for the Olympus 12mm. The way it works is that your software has to have the lens in it's database. That is why Camera Raw is always being updated. Check your software.
2016-11-18
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Hi-FlyFoto
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Very sorry, one year later I remember my post and see the question now.
To Jamie:
Software ist Photoshop CS6 on an Windows 7 PC

BTW, I believe the lens profiles do not have to exist in Photoshop (in fact they do not for all MFT lenses),
because the profile is embedded in the chip of the lens.
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