Made lens profiles for some of my legacy glass used on the A7. You can download them from my SkyDrive folder and on a Windows machine you have to place them in Code: C:\Users\YourUsername\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\LensProfiles\1.0 The profiles only supply correction for geometric distortion, vignetting and CA are not corrected. With the profiling procedure I used, vignetting profiling resulted in considerable over-correction. No need to read this paragraph if you just want to use the profiles, but if you want to make profiles yourself, displaying a test chart on an LCD (TV!) screen is an alternative for printing the calibration charts supplied with the free Adobe Lens Profile Creator program. I didn't want to spend money on printing a large chart, so I wrote a little program to generate a JPEG file with a test chart and I displayed that on my home TV. However, I guess using a screen is the reason that vignetting correction doesn't turn out well, probably because of brightness variation of the screen with viewing angle. Anyway, if someone wants a JPEG correction chart with certain dimensions, just ask and I'll run my program again. I've uploaded 1 sample already in HD size (1920x1080 px, 49x27 fields). Finally a demo to show off how well this works! The worst offender, the Minolta MD W.Rokkor 20mm 1:2.8 And corrected!