Adobe Updates Photoshop Products

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adobelogo_smAdobe has released major updates across the entire Photoshop product line. Included in this upgrade to the x.3 version is Adobe Photoshop CS5, Lightroom 3, Camera RAW, DNG converter, and more.

Continuing a commitment to cross product functionality,  Adobe Systems, Inc. has updated the Photoshop product line with both new RAW conversion capability for new camera models and addressed ongoing performance issues.  Updates/plug-ins for Photoshop Elements programs are  included among the releases.  Adobe lists a new TWAIN plug-in to address  multiple documents concerns and crash problems that existed previously.

The new updates for Windows and Macintosh users are available starting today December 7, 2010 for the following Adobe Photoshop products at the link following the list:

Photoshop CS5
Lightroom 3
Camera RAW
TWAIN plug-in

ADOBE Downloads Page see right hand column for each product link

Adobe Photoshop Elements  and Premier users looking for the new plug-ins need to visit the Camera RAW 6.3 update page and scroll down about one-third of the page to find access to those files

New Camera RAW Support

Added supported camera models is always an eagerly awaited part of these releases. During  the Holidays with new owners or in anticipation of increased  number of users who are stepping up their use of RAW functionality, this is a prime time for Adobe to update their software.

New Cameras added in version x.3:

Canon Powershot  G12 and S95
Nikon D7000  and D3100 (DSLR’s)
Nikon Coolpix P7000
Olympus E-5 (DSLR)
Panasonic DMC-GF2 and DMC-GH2
Pentax K-r K-5 (DSLR’s)
Ricoh GXR, Gr2 A12 28mm f/2.5 Lens
Samsung NX100 and TL350
Sony A560 and A580 (DSLR’s)

The full supported list of RAW camera files is available at this link:

ADOBE Digital Camera Raw File Support

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  • Photo-John says:

    Thanks for posting this, drg. It’s very timely, too – for me, anyway. Last night I posted on the Nikon forum about the problems I was having batch processing 100 D7000 NEF RAW files with the provided Nikon ViewNX 2 software. Now I don’t have to bother with the Nikon software. Yayyy!

  • drg says:

    You are welcome. Now all I have to do is get all these updates installed, tested, and running this weekend!

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