Greetings to the Pixls.us community!
I’m hoping to sound your collective intelligence to confirm (or infirm) what I think is a “logical deduction”:
I have a new Nikon D7500.
In RawTherapee, on the “Transform” tab and in the “Profiled Lens Correction” box, the “Lens” drop-down menu correctly identifies my Nikkor f2.8-4 16-80 lens, but the list on the drop-down menu for “Camera” does not yet have the D7500 (I know it will come soon enough, and by the way, all my thanks to the developers of RawTherapee; it’s a great program!). However, it does have the D500…
Since the D7500 and the D500 share the same sensor and processor, can I choose the D500 in the camera drop-down menu and get the right correction for photos taken with my D7500?
A “test run”, comparing a nef file corrected in RawTherapee with the partner jpeg file from the camera seems to confirm this, but I don’t know how far I can trust my own eyes.
Do you agree that that should work?
Thanks in advance and happy to be here with you at Pixls.us!