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Adobe Camera RAW 7.2 adds Canon EOS M, more

26 October 2012 5,518 views No Comment

Adobe Camera RAW 7.2 adds a couple dozen

Adobe isn’t quite as good about putting out Camera RAW updates as Apple, but when they do there are more cameras, more stuff. Here is a case point, Adobe Camera RAW 7.2 adds a couple dozen “new” cameras and there are quite a few bug fixes, as well.

Apple shipped Digital Camera RAW Update 4.01 for iPhoto and Aperture. Not to be outdone, at least consistently so, Adobe has delivered Adobe Camera RAW 7.2 (release notes, download), which delivers compatibility for the following cameras and a bunch of bug fixes, too:

• Cameras added: Canon EOS 650D/Rebel T4i, EOS M; Fujifilm XF1, X-E1, FinePix F800EXR; Leaf Credo 40, Credo 60; Leica S, D-LUX 6, V-LUX 4; Nikon Coolpix P7700, 1 J2, D600 (preliminary); Panasonic DMC-G5, DMC-LX7, DMC-FZ200; Pentax K-30; Samsung EX2F; and Sony Alpha NEX-5R, Alpha NEX-6, Alpha SLT-A99V, DSC-RX100
• Full list of supported cameras
• [fix] Cannot change “Erase” size, feather and flow settings while utilizing the Option key
• [fix] Cannot write metadata to images previously opened in some 3rd party software
• [fix] Luminance Noise slider is unresponsive when Clarity is greater than 0
• [fix] In certain cases, the new Defringe controls can cause vertical streaks to appear
• [fix] Some images from Canon 5D Mark II exhibited pattern noise in the form of maze/green split artifacts
• [fix] Adjusting the Blue channel does not affect monochrome images
• [fix] Certain TIFF files can cause Bridge to become unstable
• [fix] Defringe settings are not retained when editing the file in Photoshop as a Smart Object and then returning to ACR

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