I finally got around to creating some camera profiles in Lightroom for the Fuji X-T2. I use the xrite Color Checker Passport and its software. To perhaps save you some post-processing time, I thought I would share what I found in terms of Temp and Tint adjustments (I use LR and so that is what I am used to using). I only shoot RAW, but I would assume you could set these as custom in the camera for JPEG's. Anyway, here is what I found: Full Sun: Temp 5450, Tint +24 Shade: Temp 6450, Tint +29 Sodium Vapor Lights at Night: Temp 2,350, Tint: +25 Flash with and without CTO's: No Gel: Temp 6200-6500, Tint +5 ½ CTO: Temp 4250, Tint +10 1.0 CTO: Temp 3350, Tint +14 1.5 CTO: Temp 2650, Tint +9 2.0 CTO: Temp 2300, Tint +10 .5 CTB: Temp 14,000, Tint +22 1.0 CTG: Temp 5650, Tint +71 I have not been able to do calibrations yet for cloudy, foggy, tungsten, or fluorescent lighting, but will do so when I get that weather. I hope this helps save some time. By the way, the xrite system was recommended to me by the guy who taught me Lightroom, has written several books, and is a certified Adobe expert. I think the system is great -- I use the Color-Munki for the display, and the passport for camera calibration. It is available from B&H.