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Lots of lens profile are gone

New Here ,
Jul 05, 2018 Jul 05, 2018

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I use my Samyang lens a lot during shooting and need to turn on lens correction in Lightroom to compensate its distortion.

However, after the recent update, I noticed that the lens manufacturer list in the lens correction section has been hugely shortened.

A lot of brands is now missing, including Samyang, which they were there before.

Can someone from Adobe explain to me what is happening?

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LEGEND , Jul 05, 2018 Jul 05, 2018
Can someone from Adobe explain to me what is happening?
We're not Adobe here, we are other Lightroom users.So let's first eliminate simple problems that could cause this. Are the photo(s) where there are missing lens profiles JPGs?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 05, 2018 Jul 05, 2018
I suspect your issue is that the images you're working with are JPEG, TIFF, PSD or possibly HDR/Panos rather than raw. BTW, you haven't mentioned which camera vendor you're using or the lens. That being said, I'm seeing 25 for Canon, 16 for Fuji, 9 for Nikon, 16 for Olympus... Others vendors represented are Panasonic, Penatax,Samsung and Sony. So, it would

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Can someone from Adobe explain to me what is happening?

We're not Adobe here, we are other Lightroom users.

So let's first eliminate simple problems that could cause this. Are the photo(s) where there are missing lens profiles JPGs?

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I suspect your issue is that the images you're working with are JPEG, TIFF, PSD or possibly HDR/Panos rather than raw.

BTW, you haven't mentioned which camera vendor you're using or the lens. That being said, I'm seeing 25 for Canon, 16 for Fuji, 9 for Nikon, 16 for Olympus... Others vendors represented are Panasonic, Penatax,Samsung and Sony. So, it would

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Damn! I dont know why but Lightroom just imported one JPG file into the sequence, sorry for the dumb question

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