I just purchased a Olympus 14-150 f/4-5.6 II. PL detects the lens but can not determine if it version I or version II. It displays the following message:
By checking the box I can apply the correct profile to the entire session so it’s not a big problem. However I would really like to solve the problem so that I don’t have this extra step each time.
The lens EXIF data clearly indicates that this is version II of the lens.
I used to have this problem all the time and don’t know why it still happens. However, I believe uninstalling the older 14-150 correction modules via PhotoLab’s menus will take care of it.
Let me ask @Marie to have a look at it.
Hello @Todd @Egregius ,
can you provide some images (direct from cameras like RAW) so I can check Exif and see if we are missing some data in our base ?
Happy to provide images. I attached two here. If you need more please let me know. Is there a better way to submit images to you?
20210929-080356_P9294332.ORF (16.4 MB)
20210929-142712_P9294369.ORF (16.6 MB)
Thanks @Todd , that’s perfect.
We will improve our Olympus data reading in a future version of PL. I’ll keep you updated.
I’ve noticed this too. I have the 14-150 Mark I. DxO correctly identifies it when used on older camera bodies such as Pen E-P2, but not on my OM-D EM10 Mark II.