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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Lightroom 3.5 supports high-end compact cameras



Adobe Systems has updated Lightroom and Photoshop to support a number of new small, higher-end cameras from Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, and Pentax.


The software packages handle the raw photos that higher-end cameras can produce, offering higher image quality and better flexibility at the expense of convenience. And as new cameras arrive, Adobe must build support for the new models proprietary formats.


Lightroom 3.5 of and version 6.5 of Photoshop's raw-image plug-in (available on Adobe's download site) now can support a host of new compact interchangeable-lens cameras (ILCs) that lack SLRs' bulk-inducing reflex mirror. In addition, it supports high-end medium-format cameras from Hasselblad, Phase One, and Phase One's Leaf subsidiary. The full list:


• Fuji FinePix F600EXR


Sony's NEX-5N is among the new cameras that Lightroom 3.5 supports.


(Credit:
Sony Electronics)


• Hasselblad H4D-60


• Leaf Aptus II 12


• Leaf Aptus II 12R


• Nikon Coolpix P7100


• Olympus E-P3


• Olympus E-PL3


• Olympus E-PM1


• Panasonic DMC-FZ150


• Panasonic DMC-G3


• Panasonic DMC-GF3


• Pentax Q


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