Lightroom 4.2 supports large swath of new cameras

Now supported in Lightroom: Fujifilm's high-end mirrorless camera, the X-E1.

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With the Photokina show in Germany producing so many new high-end cameras, it’s evidently been a busy season for Adobe Systems’ Lightroom team.

That team just released Lightroom 4.2, which supports 22 new cameras, 43 new lenses, and lets people shoot with 11 new cameras tethered to a computer. It takes work to figure out how to decode each camera’s proprietary raw format.

Here’s the full list of new cameras supported, but note that the Nikon D600 support is “preliminary and there is a minor risk that the appearance of your images may change when the final support … is available in an upcoming release”:

• Canon EOS 650D / Rebel T4i

• Canon EOS M

• Fujifilm XF1

• Fujifilm X-E1

• Fuji FinePix F800EXR

• Leaf Credo 40

• Leaf Credo 60

• Leica S

• Leica D-LUX 6

• Leica V-LUX 4

• Nikon Coolpix P7700

• Nikon 1 J2

• Nikon D600

• Panasonic DMC-G5

• Panasonic DMC-LX7

• Panaso… [Read more]

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