Adobe today has announced the Lightroom CC, Lightroom 6, Camera Raw 9, DNG Converter 9, now they are all support the new announced cameras: Nikon D7200, Canon EOS 5Ds, Canon EOS 5Ds R, Canon EOS Rebel T6i/750D, Canon EOS Rebel T6s/760D.
Adobe just released the new Camera Raw and DNG Converter 8.3 release candidates, along with a similar preliminary version of Lightroom 5.3. The latest versions brings support for 15 cameras and 8 lenses.
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Adobe just released Lightroom 5.2 and Camera Raw 8.2 today. This update now supports some new announced cameras such as Canon EOS 70D, PowerShot G16, X-M1, E-M1, GX7, RX100 II, A3000, NEX-5T and more. ACR 8.2 is designed to work with Photoshop CC but, as promised, is also compatible with Photoshop CS6.
Adobe today just announced the availability of Lightroom 5.2 and Camera Raw 8.2 Release Candidates on Adobe Labs. The release candidates correct issues reported in Lightroom 5.0 and Camera Raw 8.1, including refinements to the Spot Healing Brush, Local Adjustment Brush and Noise Reduction tools. In addition, raw file format support is added for a number of cameras, such as the Canon EOS 70D, Fujifilm X-M1 and Sony DSC-RX1R.
Adobe just released the Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4. The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom. And in this update, some new released cameras now got supported such as Nikon D7100, COOLPIX A, Canon EOS 100D, 700D, Leica M and more.
Lightroom 4.2 RC and Camera Raw 7.2 RC are now available on Adobe Labs.
Bugs Corrected in the Lightroom 4.2 Release Candidate
The following bugs that were part the Lightroom 4 releases have been corrected. The team appreciates the very detailed feedback the community has provided on Lightroom 4 and we’re excited to correct a number of issues experienced by our customers. These issues have been FIXED: Read More »
Adobe has launched final versions of Photoshop Lightroom v4.1 and Adobe Camera Raw v7.1 that include support for most new cameras and lens released in 2012. See the list below: Read More »