Adobe Updates ACR/DNG to v8.7.1

Adobe on Wednesday announced availability of updates to Adobe Camera Raw 8.7.1 and DNG Converter 8.7.1, bringing additional support for cameras and lenses, while patching minor bugs found in previous versions of the software. The updates will be included in an anticipated Lightroom 5.7.1 update within the next week. The only news for Leica shooters, really, is the addition of support for the new Zeiss Distagon T* 1,4/35 ZM lens.

Adobe LR 5.7 - Lots of Leica Updates

Adobe has released Adobe Photoshop Lightroom v5.7 which supports the latest Leica cameras and lenses, including a lot of Voigtländer lenses as well! It also now comes with the previously (and separately) released Aperture import plugin. Adobe Camera Raw was also updated to v8.7. Read more below for details and download links!

Adobe Releases ACR 8.7 RC

Adobe Labs has released Adobe Camera Raw v8.7 RC for CC and CC 2014 and Adobe Camera Raw v8.7 RC for CS6. A few interesting updates for Leica shooters; support for the Leica V-Lux (Type 114) and three new lens profiles for SLR Magic and Voigtländer lenses. Read more below for the details!

Adobe Releases ACR 8.6 RC

Adobe Labs has released Adobe Camera Raw v8.6 RC for CC and CC 2014. Nothing of major importance for Leica shooters in this one, save for Leica M (Type 240) folks. A bug fix described as "Fix automatic lens profile selection for Leica M (Typ 240) when using most recent firmware version." You can download it for CS6 on the Adobe Labs page here. Read more below for full details!

Adobe Lightroom 6 Coming?

Details over the next version of Adobe Lightroom 6 are gaining traction. Amazon Germany has a listing for an upcoming Photoshop Lightroom 6 book that is going to be released on August 31, 2014. Read more below for details and update!

Iridient Digital Adds Leica T Support in v2.4

Iridient Digital has released Iridient Developer 2.4, a major update to its RAW converter and image processing software for Mac OS X. This update includes a number of new features to provide better integration with other photo management tools, in particular Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Apple Aperture. Among several new features is support for the new Leica T. Read more below for the press release.