Adobe Posts Final Versions of Lightroom 2.7, Camera RAW 5.7 and DNG Converter 5.7



April 21, 2010
PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT

Adobe today released final versions of Lightroom 2.7, Photoshop Camera Raw 5.7 and DNG Converter 5.7, available for immediate download on Adobe.com. The updates add RAW file support for nine new popular camera models, including the Canon EOS 550D, Sony A450 and Olympus E-PL1. A full list of the newly supported cameras is below.

Adobe would like to thank everyone who downloaded and provided feedback on the Release Candidate versions of the updates posted earlier this month on Adobe Labs. In addition, photographers who are interested in participating in the development of Lightroom 3 can join the beta program and try out the new features in Lightroom 3 beta 2 for free. To learn more and download visit: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/lightroom3/.

Photoshop Lightroom software is today's digital photography workflow solution, allowing photographers to quickly import, process, manage and showcase images. The Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in provides fast and easy access within Photoshop to the raw image formats produced by many leading digital cameras. Adobe's Digital Negative (DNG) format is a publicly available archival format for the raw files generated by digital cameras.

Pricing and Availability
Lightroom 2.7 is available as a free download for Lightroom 2 customers, and Photoshop Camera Raw 5.7 is available as a free download for Photoshop CS4, Photoshop Elements 8 (Win/Mac) and Premiere Elements 8 customers. The DNG Converter 5.7 is also available as a free download for all customers. Click here for more information and to download the updates: http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/.

Newly Supported Camera Models
Canon EOS 550D (Digital Rebel T2i/ EOS Kiss X4 Digital); Kodak Z981; Leaf Aptus-II 8; Leaf Aptus-II 10R; Mamiya DM40; Olympus E-PL1; Panasonic G2; Panasonic G10; Sony A450






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