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Ok...here are two examples. One under fluorescent light at high ISO, and one with studio flash at base ISO. Both show the issues with the Adobe profile rather clearly.
First, this one. This is with the X-E2 and Canon FL 55mm f/1.2 at ISO 2000.
First, with the stock Adobe color profile in Lightroom 5.3: No major adjustments were made here, just a bit of a tick up on the vibrance.
Now, here's the same image...the ONLY difference is I have switched from the Adobe Standard color profile to the custom Dual Illuminant profile I made for my X-E2 with the X-Rite Color Checker Passport:
The Adobe profile makes greens too saturated and reds are shifted massively orange. The corrected profile restores the greens to their true color and brings the reds back to red instead of orange. The blues are also subtly corrected to their true vale. I can assure you, the colors in the second image are what the actual objects look like....that little apple thing is a deep candy apple red, as are the balls and such behind him.
Here's a shot under studio flash (LumoPro LP180 speedlight in a softbox) with the X-E2 and Fuji XF 55-200mm. First the Adobe profile:
Now the custom profile. Again, no adjustments other than the color profile change:
Again, the rich deep red of the curtains in the background is restored, the blues are now deeper, the red detail on her shirt is properly saturated. To my eye the skin tone is more pleasing as well.
And, just for fun, here's that picture with my final post processing: