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Lightroom 6.13 does not recognize any Sony RX100 camera

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I own the standalone Lightroom 6 program.  I've updated to version 6.13.  The program has never recognized my imported files from any of my three Sony RX100 cameras (I own I, IV, and V) and applied the appropriate lens correction.  If I go into the lens profile pull down menu and select Sony, the only camera models I see are  DSC-RX1, -RX1R, and -RX1RM2.  I would expect that Lightroom has the capability of correcting the lens distortions for such popular cameras but I have struggled in vain to find out what the problem is.  Can anyone help?

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Correct answer by Jeff_Arola | Adobe Community Professional

Pretty sure those cameras use built-in lens profiles, which is why Lightroom doesn't apply it's own lens correction.

If you look at the bottom of the Lens Correction panel you should see an little note and clicking on the little i tells more.

lrsony.jpg

Sample photo from here:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/sony-rx10-iv/sony-rx10-ivGALLERY.HTM

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Lightroom 6.13 does not recognize any Sony RX100 camera

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I own the standalone Lightroom 6 program.  I've updated to version 6.13.  The program has never recognized my imported files from any of my three Sony RX100 cameras (I own I, IV, and V) and applied the appropriate lens correction.  If I go into the lens profile pull down menu and select Sony, the only camera models I see are  DSC-RX1, -RX1R, and -RX1RM2.  I would expect that Lightroom has the capability of correcting the lens distortions for such popular cameras but I have struggled in vain to find out what the problem is.  Can anyone help?

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Correct answer by Jeff_Arola | Adobe Community Professional

Pretty sure those cameras use built-in lens profiles, which is why Lightroom doesn't apply it's own lens correction.

If you look at the bottom of the Lens Correction panel you should see an little note and clicking on the little i tells more.

lrsony.jpg

Sample photo from here:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/sony-rx10-iv/sony-rx10-ivGALLERY.HTM

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Pretty sure those cameras use built-in lens profiles, which is why Lightroom doesn't apply it's own lens correction.

If you look at the bottom of the Lens Correction panel you should see an little note and clicking on the little i tells more.

lrsony.jpg

Sample photo from here:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/sony-rx10-iv/sony-rx10-ivGALLERY.HTM

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