Lightroom CC 2015.3 / 6.3 released
Adobe has released the latest version of Lightroom, which restores the old import dialog and has lots of bug fixes as well as support for some new cameras and lenses. Camera Raw 9.3 has also been released with the corresponding camera and lens support. Here's some highlights from the press release:
New Camera Support in Lightroom CC 2015.3 / 6.3
- Canon EOS M10
- Canon PowerShot G5 X
- Canon PowerShot G9 X
- Fujifilm X-T1 IR
- Leica SL (Typ 601)
- Sony RX1R II (DSC-RX1RM2)
New Tethered Camera Support in Lightroom CC 2015.3 / 6.3
- Canon EOS 5DS
- Canon EOS 5DS R
- Canon EOS T6i / 750D
- Canon EOS T6s / 760D
- Fixed several instability, functionality and performance issues introduced in Lightroom CC 2015.2.x/6.2.x.
- Fixed a bug that caused edits made and saved in Photoshop or 3rd party plug-ins to not appear in the Develop module.
- Fixed a bug related to user default for Chromatic Aberration Correction no longer honored after new Import option was removed.
- Fixed several bugs related to Panorama Merge.
- Fixed a bug so that Rotated photos will correctly show as rotated when in Full Screen view.
- Fixed a bug that caused a performance slowdown when creating Standard sized previews on high resolution monitors.
- Fixed a bug that caused image previews to be incorrectly displayed as completely black after import if “Auto Tone” is on in preferences.
- Fixed a bug that caused crash when using the Radial or Graduated Filter.
- Fixed a bug that caused Palette, a 3rd party hardware device, to stop working with Lightroom.
- Fixed a bug that caused the Map module to appear pixelated and photos to be dropped in the wrong place when using hi-dpi monitors on Windows.
- Fixed a bug related to Full Screen that prevented you from exiting Full Screen view while using the Spot Healing Tool.
- Fixed a bug that caused the Flickr Publish Service to improperly publish multi-word keywords.
For full details, along with a list of the new lens profiles added see Adobe's Lightroom Journal blog.
Incidentally, for those wondering, the improved detail rendering for Fuji X-Trans files that Adobe said that they're working on back in June, hasn't materialised in this update, I'm afraid.
Speaking of which, if you haven't seen it already and you're a Fuji X-Trans shooter and lightroom user, don't forget to check out my new guide to post processing X-Trans files in Lightroom.
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