@Todd Sorry I missed this post I am currently a user of a second-hand G9 (latest upgrade from G7 to G80 to G90 to s/h G9) and I liked your picture of the Coreopsis.
I also own a GX80 and an EM1 Mkii (bought when the G90 jumped focus when filming our youngest Granddaughter with my Wife - unforgivable, i.e. contrast focus on the G90 versus contrast and phase-detect on the EM1 Mkii!) and have been using Panasonic cameras since buying an FZ5 back in 2005 (FZ5 to FZ38 to LX7 to G7 etc.) with a s/h FZ200 along the way and currently an FZ330.
I consider the G9 to be the best of the Panasonic bunch I have owned by a long way, particularly when paired with the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-200 (24-400) (which came as a package with the EM1 Mkii), the FZ330 has a slightly longer reach to 600mm and a constant f2.8 but the smaller sensor yields even higher noise than the G9 particularly when the light starts to fall/fail and the FZ330 RAWs are not especially good.
I downloaded your image and loaded the RAW into my Win 10 version of PL5.2.0 which downloaded the G9 and ED 40-150 lens combinations and I applied an old preset I developed for JPGs with OpticsPro 11 (I only started to take JPEGs and RAWs when I bought the G80 in 2018) before the coming of PhotoLabs.
However, that particular preset improved the background but failed to produce such a vivid image of the Coreopsis without further tweaking but I noticed an icon indicating a mismatch as @wolfgang has already identified. He also identified no entry for the Panasonic MFT cameras in the table, the entries shown are Panasonic Full Frame cameras
Although PL5 successfully identified the G9 and downloaded the camera plus lens corrections (RAW plus other) @Marie PL5 then appears to have become confused between the RAW and non-Raw versions that it has downloaded? This has never happened with my 12-200 Olympus lens on the G9 body so why has this happened this time!
@Todd I don’t know if you explicitly stated what operating system you used but that can be important because there are variations between releases of DxPL for the Mac and for Win10! Identifying the exact release and operating system is useful when reporting bugs etc. but also when requesting advice/assistance etc…
So having broken my own rule I am running on Win 10 and PL220.127.116.1132 with FilmPack 6 and Viewpoint 3. They are Elite versions and this is not intended to be “elitist” (sorry, pun intended) but simply that the features available to a user varies with the product version and Filmpack adds features into PhotoLabs that would otherwise not be there and what is added varies with the Elite or Standard version!!!
For the non-MFT users all Olympus MFT lenses fit Panasonic MFT bodies and vice versa, however, any stabilisation built into the lens is not available to the other manufacturers bodies, so my 14-140 (28-280) Panasonic lens has inbuilt stabilisation that a Panasonic body can utilise alongside its own IBIS but not when it is fitted to my EM1 Mkii. My 12-400 (24-400) Zuiko lens has no inbuilt stabilisation whatsoever so both cameras can only use their IBIS.
Some but not all Olympus lenses have a manual focus clutch and Panasonic bodies recognise that when present! Some Olympus lenses have an ‘L-Fn’ button which can be assigned to a specific camera function, most Panasonic bodies do not recognise that button but I believe that the G9 does. I have only one Olympus lens with that feature so have not bothered to set the G9 up for that capability.
Clicking on the icon then threw up the following
Yesterday was a particularly good day and a visit to Highdown gardens yielded 389 snapshots to “capture” the day, I like to see the plants in the “flesh” but also “chronicle” my visit. Loading and reviewing them on the computer helps “cement” the images into my memory. I am then free to edit them or not as I see fit!
One jpg straight from the G9, reduced in size but otherwise untouched. Tulips in a bed of Honesty (I believe) in dappled shade
I should have tried to get the Tulip, to the left and front of the spot focussing point, and the Honesty, also to the front but to the right, both in focus (and the FZ330 would have done that) but the gardens were very busy yesterday (my excuse) so I moved on!
I slightly regret not making a better effort, by focussing closer and then recomposing so the foreground was all in focus but the background went out of focus, instead of the other way around, particularly when I discovered I had set the camera up for back button focussing!