I did reply to your e-mail request for the two images in question. As written in the e-mail, using PhotoLab is an exercise in frustration. I am furthering this discussion on the forum to inform users about the apparent shortcomings in PhotoLab. Here is a run down of events.
Yesterday a decision was made to import the photo image in question to replace the photo image in which PhotoLab could not determine the correct lens module used. The import this time was directly from the memory disc used in the camera when the photo was originally shot. Consequently, this eliminated any chance that the photo image was knowingly or unknowingly modified in any manner and therefore might be the cause of PhotoLab’s inability to correctly determine lens module in use and then offer two incorrect lens modules for download.
Dxo Photolab was opened and then browsed to the folder containing the image. The green camera icon was attached to the image. However, the lens module offered was more closely aligned to the original lens used. The original lens used was a Tamron AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di Aspherical. Now the lens module offered was a Konica Minolta AF 28-75mm f2.8 (D), which seems closer to the Tamron lens specifications. The Konica Minolta lens module was downloaded and everything appeared okay. That is, the green camera icon was gone from the image.
This morning Photolab was opened to the same folder and image. Much to my dismay the green icon reappeared on the image. Clicking on the green camera icon did nothing. Absolutely nada. No window opened to offer a lens module. Next step was to close PhotoLab and reopen it hoping this would resolve the problem. It didn’t. Closed and reopened PhotoLab again. This time the green icon was active. Again it offered the same two incorrect lens modules. What to do next??
Decided to import the image again from the original camera disc, only this time a second copy would be made of the same image. So now two of the same image appears in DXO PhotoLab. Surprisingly PhotoLab correctly determined the exact lens used on the second copy of the image, while the green icon appears on the first copy. Again, hovering the mouse over the image with the green camera icon opens the window that offers the same two incorrect lens modules. Very frustrating.
Based on the apparent inconsistency of this photo editing software, my decision is to no longer bother with any attempts at using PhotoLab. Based on the numerous user postings on this forum about problems with this software, it’s obviously in a beta state. I regret buying what was alleged to be an upgrade from Optics Pro 11 Elite. My plans are to stick with a proven reliable Light Room.