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Adobe releases Lightroom 3.3

Adobe has released Lightroom 3.3 offering compatibility with the new Canon Powershot G12, and S95, Nikon D7000, Pentax K-5 and Sony A560 and A580 amongst others. It's available for download now, from here.

Update: contrary to our report earlier, LR 3.3 can indeed process PEF files from the Pentax 645D.

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Adobe Releases Lightroom 3.3 and Camera Raw 6.3 Along With New Lens Profile Downloader
 
Adobe today announced the Lightroom 3.3 and Camera Raw 6.3 updates are available for immediate download on Adobe.com. Originally posted as release candidates on Adobe Labs, the final updates bring raw file support to 15 new popular camera models including Nikon D7000 and Canon Powershot S95, as well as lens profiles for over 60 new Nikon, Canon, Pentax and Sigma lenses. Available on Adobe Labs, the Lens Profile Downloader 1.0 – a free companion application to Lightroom 3, Photoshop CS5 and Camera Raw 6 – allows customers to search, download, rate and comment on over 300 lens correction profiles provided by the community. Photographers can create custom profiles for their own lenses and share them with the user community.
 
A full list of the newly added raw camera support and the new and improved lens profiles can be found on the Lightroom Journal: http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal.
 
Lightroom is the essential digital photography workflow solution, helping serious amateur and professional photographers quickly import, manage, enhance and showcase all their images within one application. The Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in provides fast and easy access to raw image formats produced by many leading digital cameras.
 
Pricing and Availability
The Lightroom 3.3 update is available as a free download for Lightroom 3 customers, and the Photoshop Camera Raw 6.3 plug-in is available as a free download for Photoshop CS5 customers. For more information and to download these updates please visit http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/. To download the Adobe Lens Profile Downloader 1.0 and Lens Profile Creator visit http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/lensprofile_creator.html
 
*Users can connect with the Lightroom team directly on Facebook (www.facebook.com/lightroom) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/lightroom).
 
Newly Supported Camera Models
Canon PowerShot G12
Canon PowerShot S95
Nikon D3100
Nikon D7000
Nikon Coolpix P7000
Olympus E-5
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2
Pentax K-5
Pentax K-r
Ricoh GXR, GR LENS A12 28mm F2.5
Samsung NX100
Samsung TL350 (WB2000)
Sony A560
Sony A580

Comments

  1. Thanks for letting us know and thanks for your nice review. I have Canon PowerShot S95. And hope Adobe Lightroom 3.3 would be very helpful for me.

    Thanks

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