Lightroom 4.2 is officially released! A host of new raw formats are supported as…
Lightroom 4.2 is officially released! A host of new raw formats are supported as well as some additional tethering support and bug fixes. You can read all the details over at Lightroom Journal (http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/2012/10/lightroom-4-2-now-available.html).
One additional note is that preliminary support for the D600 managed to squeak into this release. That means that you can import the raw files from your D600 and process them, but you should be prepared for the potential that the final version of support (which would likely not come until the next Lightroom update) may result in a change in appearance from this current beta support.
I've just begun working with some D600 files and so far so good. You will note that in the Camera Calibration panel there will only be a single profile named "Beta" at this time (see attached screen capture). I have been shooting Raw+JPG to have a point of reference. I will also be running some photos through Capture NX2 and View NX2 for comparison. Although the support is only preliminary I am very grateful to have it now so that I can continue to import my photos into my folder structure without having to wait any longer.
Google+: View post on Google+
Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.