Updates for Lightroom and Camera Raw Released with New Camera Support and One Bug Fix


Tonight Adobe released Lightroom Classic (CC*) 8.2.1, cloud-based Lightroom (CC*) 2.2.1, and iOS and Android 4.2.1 with support for new cameras and with one bug fix. There are no new features in these small “double-dot” releases.

Raw files from the following new cameras are now supported (i.e. can now be imported):

  • Canon EOS RP
  • Panasonic LUMIX DC-FZ1000M2 (DC-FZ10002)
  • Panasonic LUMIX DC-S1
  • Panasonic LUMIX DC-S1R
  • Panasonic LUMIX DC-ZS80 (DC-TZ95, DC-TZ96, DC-TZ97)
  • Sony A6400 (ILCE-6400)

Click here to see a list of all cameras supported in each version of Lightroom (and Camera Raw).

Adobe tonight also released Adobe Camera Raw 11.2.1, with the same new camera support, and also with one bug fix that affects some Lightroom users who also use Photoshop: if you store your photos on a NAS (network attached storage), be sure to update Adobe Camera Raw (via the Creative Cloud app) to receive a fix for the bug where you were unable to open files from Lightroom to Photoshop using Edit In…Photoshop.

* Note that in the Lightroom applications names, I have started putting CC in parenthesis because even though within the applications themselves CC is still in the names, Adobe on its website has started removing CC from the names – so the feature-packed Lightroom Classic CC application is becoming “Lightroom Classic” and the new cloud-based simplified Lightroom CC application is becoming “Lightroom” – yes, that’s right, “Lightroom”. I’ll have more to say about this in another article soon – watch for it, as these changes will impact you.


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