It helps a lot if you set the camera profile in Lightroom to 'camera standard'. It's an emulation by Adobe of the in-camera jpeg-processor. Colors are still slightly different though from what the camera produces. Also, things like DRO are done during in-camera jpeg processing. It's a content-aware algorithm so difficult to get a standard lightroom preset for it, but raising the blacks and reducting the whites just a little bit in LR should get you comparable results.
There is one thing that is bothering me and that is trying to get back to normal view after adjusting the focus on the lens.
Lets say I want to focus on a specific object. I will then have to turn on the outer portion on my lens (if I'm in manual mode, of course). When you look at the screen it will automatically zoom in a bit. But how do I zoom out to the normal view without pressing the record button or even toughing the lens? Hope my explanation make sense
Thank you very much!