”Support for a particular flavor of a camera’s raw file does not necessarily mean that there will be Camera Matching profiles for that camera at the time of raw file support. It is normal for Camera Matching profiles to follow raw support by one or two releases. In the case of some camera manufacturers or the event of major changes by a particular manufacturer, that time may be greatly increased.
Note: Not all cameras will ever receive a set of Camera Matching profiles. ”
But the bigger issue is Canon, not supplying the necessary information in newer raws to do so. For some raw formats, this requires solving technical issues that Adobe currently does not know how to solve without help from the camera maker so you may want to talk to Canon.
Of course, it's pretty easy and very effective to make your own camera profiles, you simply need a target and the software to edit them is free.
Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"
laugh, ok, but why "cature one" and "on1" have the information to translate the infos of RAW to make a profile of the camera?
I look at my pictures of my R5 and they are very noisy (ISO8000) with the adobe profile. DPP, the very best, capture one -> real good, and on1 not bad. but the champion of the software "Adobe" can't translate the RAW information of the canon camera? 😞 There are user make the profiles as thirty part software to bring perhaps the best to canon, but this is not the right way. It is the wrong way,... if photographer not like it, what Adobe do,...they go away to other software developer,...