June 23, 2009

Lightroom 2.4 and Camera Raw 5.4 Now Available

Lightroom 2.4 (Mac|Win) and Camera Raw 5.4 (Mac|Win) are now available as final releases on Adobe.com and through the update mechanisms (Help->Updates) in Photoshop CS4 and Lightroom 2. According to the Lightroom Journal, these updates include camera support for the following models:

  • Canon   EOS 500D (Digital Rebel T1i/EOS Kiss X3 Digital)
  • Canon   PowerShot SX1 IS
  • Epson     R-D1x
  • Hasselblad   CF-22
  • Hasselblad   CF-22MS
  • Hasselblad   CF-39
  • Hasselblad   CF-39MS
  • Hasselblad   CFH-22
  • Hasselblad   CFH-39
  • Hasselblad   CFV
  • Hasselblad   503CWD
  • Hasselblad   H2D-22
  • Hasselblad   H2D-39
  • Hasselblad   H3D-22
  • Hasselblad   H3D-31
  • Hasselblad   H3D-39
  • Hasselblad   H3DII-22
  • Hasselblad   H3DII-31
  • Hasselblad   H3DII-39
  • Hasselblad   H3DII-39MS
  • Hasselblad   H3DII-50
  • Kodak   EasyShare Z980
  • Nikon   D5000
  • Olympus   E-450
  • Olympus   E-620
  • Panasonic   Lumix DMC-GH1
  • Pentax   K-7
  • Sigma   DP2
  • Sony   A230
  • Sony   A330
  • Sony   A380

Note: Hasselblad support is for the 3FR file format only. The Hasselblad FFF file format is not currently supported.

Check out the rest of the entry for details on Lightroom bug fixes, as well as DNG format options and & spec updates.

Posted by John Nack at 9:59 PM on June 23, 2009

Comments

  • Romain Guy — 11:02 PM on June 23, 2009

    Thanks a lot for adding support for Hasselblad’s RAW files. I am really glad I can improve my workflow by ditching FlexColor :)

  • Phil Brown — 11:02 PM on June 23, 2009

    Hi John,
    Probably doesn’t matter too much, but the Windows installer comes up and says, “Photoshop Camera Raw (64 bit)” even with the 32 bit instal, so it might cause some confusion, particularly if someone is running only 32 bit PS on a 64 bit system for some reason.
    It would be better if it correctly identified what it was doing (32 bit or 64 bit or both).

  • kosm — 2:22 AM on June 24, 2009

    Features.
    I really enjoy working with camera raw since the 5.3 update with the new pen tools (ajusting expo on zone), but on thing is missing from that feature.
    it could be amazing to be able to use curves (and target ajustment tools) on a specific zone (define with the pen tools) today, with can only use expo, clarity, brightness and contrast on a zone, but no curves, no specifics hue change, or spĂ©cific black&white..) so being able to do it will be great…
    I hope I am clear… sorry for my english..
    Mat.

  • Claes Norin — 3:32 AM on June 24, 2009

    Is there any other fixes made in the Camera Raw code except more camera-format support? (as with Lightroom here)
    [Nope, no other fixes or changes besides adding some DNG conversion options (as detailed on the LR Journal blog). --J.]

  • Cris DeRaud — 10:56 AM on June 24, 2009

    The Camera Raw update failed to install on my Vista machine until I chose the option to continue the update after the next restart.
    After the restart, the installation continued automatically and completed successfully.
    Anyone having trouble getting it to install on Vista might want to consider using the option.
    [Thanks for the feedback/tip, Cris. --J.]

  • Phil Aynsley — 5:12 PM on June 24, 2009

    I can’t get the installer to work as the ‘Continue’ button on the Introduction page is greyed out, so you can’t progress past that page. Downloaded the dmg twice, just in case.
    OS10.5.7 / LR2.3

  • Mark A Higgins — 8:13 PM on June 24, 2009

    Thanks for getting D5000 support

  • Phil Aynsley — 12:57 AM on June 26, 2009

    Still no luck trying to install…
    Here are screen grabs:
    http://www.philaphoto.com/images/LR-1.jpg
    http://www.philaphoto.com/images/LR-2.jpg
    The “Attaching” window / progress bar show for about 30 seconds while the dmg opens.
    Any help gratefully accepted!

  • John Eakin — 9:58 AM on June 26, 2009

    I was glad to see the installer, thinking it would be a huge help to my clients who are challenged by the process of replacing the plugins manually. At first I thought the problem was just the installer progress bar, repeatedly reloading and completing but like others, it just fails. Patiently awaiting the update. -je

  • John Eakin — 1:30 PM on June 26, 2009

    Now I see what’s happening. The Mac installer didn’t fail. The progress bar reported on every file within the package and all their successive installs, rather than one global progress report. Hope that makes sense. The process takes a couple of minutes and ‘has the look’ of something problematic but really is working successfully. -je

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