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Adobe Updates Camera Raw 4.2 and Lightroom 1.2

Adobe yesterday released Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.2 and Camera Raw 4.2, adding compatibility to recently released digital SLRs and fixing a number of bugs in the photo management program and plug-in.

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Sept. 14, 2007 – Adobe yesterday released Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.2 and Camera Raw 4.2, adding compatibility to recently released digital SLRs and fixing a number of bugs in the photo management program and plug-in.

The latest versions of Lightroom and Camera Raw now support the following cameras:

-Canon EOS 40D

-Fuji FinePix IS-1

-Leaf Aptus 17, Aptus 54s, Aptus 75s

-Olympus EVOLT E-510

-Panasonic DMC-FZ18

-Pentax K100D Super

-Phase One P 20+, P 21+, P 25+, P 30+, P 45+

-Sony Alpha 700

Camera Raw 4.2 does not yet support sRAW files from the Canon EOS 1D Mark III, according to a blog post by Adobe Photoshop Senior Product Manager John Nack.

Lightroom 1.2 corrects several bugs relating to XMP auto-write, Vista displays, and noise reduction from Bayer pattern sensors.

"The base point noise reduction applied at the demosaic stage of raw processing has been reduced. The resulting effect is that images with zero luminance noise reduction applied in Lightroom 1.2 will contain more noise than the identical settings in Lightroom 1.1 but less noise than identical settings in Lightroom 1.0," Nack wrote in the blog.

Adobe users can download Camera RAW 4.2 and Lightroom 1.2 at the Adobe download page.

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