Adobe Announces Camera Raw 8.4 Release Candidate
Adobe has announced the availability of Camera Raw 8.4 Release Candidate on Adobe Labs. The release candidate adds support for 14 cameras, including Nikon D4s, Canon EOS Rebel t5 and Fujifilm X-TI; the full list includes:
• Canon EOS 1200D (REBEL T5, KISS X70)
• Casio EX-100
• DJI Phantom
• Fujifilm X-T1
• Hasselblad H5D-50c
• Hasselblad HV
• Nikon D3300
• Nikon D4S
• Olympus OM-D E-M10 (*)
• Panasonic LUMIX DMC-ZS40 (DMC-TZ60, DMC-TZ61)
• Phase One IQ250
• Samsung NX30
• Sony Alpha a5000 (ILCE-5000)
• Sony Alpha a6000 (ILCE-6000)
(*) Denotes preliminary support.
The release candidate also includes a new preview mechanism for better before/after image comparisons and an improved set of color matching profiles for Fujifilm X-Trans cameras; it also corrects issues reported from the CameraRaw 8.3 release. The Camera Raw team would like to thank customers who helped track down the details of these issues.
Adobe encourages the community to provide feedback so it can ensure the highest quality experience for customers working on diverse hardware and software configurations. Thanks to all who provide feedback via the community-powered site: feedback.photoshop.com.
Pricing and Availability
Camera Raw 8.4 is available as a free update for both Photoshop CC and Photoshop CS6*. Please note that CameraRaw 8.4 for CS6 only includes updated camera and lens profile support as part of the recent camera raw policy change. For more information, visit http://labs.adobe.com (available for both Mac and Windows).
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