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Adobe releases ACR 7.1, LR 4.1 adds support for Fuji X-Pro1

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Adobe has introduced ACR 7.1 and LR 4.1 adding support for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Fujifilm X-Pro1, Nikon D800, Leica M-Monochrom and Olympus OM-D E-M5. (Lightroom 4.1 was released as RC2 but didn't have support for the Fuji X-Pro1 Raw (.RAF) files).

Other features of Lightroom 4.1 include;

The ability to process HDR TIFF files. (16, 24 or 32-bit TIFF files)
Additional Color Fringing corrections to help address chromatic aberration.
Save photobooks created in the Book Module to JPEG
Publishing photos to Adobe Revel is now accessible via a Publish plugin
Corrections for issues introduced in previous versions of Lightroom.

The update is free to existing users and can be found here (page down to the bottom).

Buy Lightroom 4.1 from Amazon.

List of new cameras supported:

    •    Canon EOS 1D X
    •    Canon EOS 5D Mark III
    •    Canon EOS 60Da
    •    Canon PowerShot G1 X
    •    Fuji FinePix F505EXR
    •    Fuji FinePix F605EXR
    •    Fuji FinePix F770EXR
    •    Fuji FinePix F775EXR
    •    Fuji FinePix HS30EXR
    •    Fuji FinePix HS33EXR
    •    Fuji X-Pro1
    •    Leaf Credo 80
    •    Leica M Monochrom
    •    Leica X2
    •    Nikon D4
    •    Nikon D800
    •    Nikon D800E
    •    Olympus OM-D E-M5
    •    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5
    •    Pentax K-01
    •    RICOH LENS A16 24-85mm F3.5-5.5
    •    Samsung NX20
    •    Samsung NX210
    •    Samsung NX1000
    •    Sony Alpha NEX-F3
    •    Sony Alpha NEX-VG20
    •    Sony Alpha SLT-A37
    •    Sony Alpha SLT-A57

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