June 03, 2010

Camera Raw 6.1 now available

Camera Raw 6.1 is now available for Photoshop CS5 & Bridge CS5. The release adds lens correction (see previous demo), improves performance, & fixes a crashing bug on OS X. The release includes camera support for the following models:

  • Canon EOS 550D (Digital Rebel T2i/ EOS Kiss X4 Digital)
  • Kodak Z981
  • Leaf Aptus-II 8
  • Leaf Aptus-II 10R
  • Mamiya DM40
  • Olympus E-PL1
  • Olympus E-600
  • Panasonic G2
  • Panasonic G10
  • Sony A450

For release notes please see the Lightroom Journal.

Posted by John Nack at 7:00 AM on June 03, 2010

Comments

  • Paul — 7:32 AM on June 03, 2010

    fuck that… where is LR3?

  • Michael — 8:49 AM on June 03, 2010

    Classy.
    [He (?) always is. –J.]

  • Ken — 12:25 PM on June 03, 2010

    John
    Someone might want to suggest to Paul; according to the theologian,Ken from Ky, cursing is the lowest form of prayer.
    As always you humble, extra humble adobe evangelist.
    Ken
    PS I have been playing with CS5 painting and HDR, see http://www.photoshopuser.com/members/portfolios/view/image/227268 and http://www.photoshopuser.com/members/portfolios/view/image/227270. I like it…please thank the Photoshop team for me

  • Ken — 3:27 PM on June 03, 2010

    John
    As the great and outstanding theologian Ken from KY says,” Cursing is the lowest form of prayer”
    I think our friend Paul needs a life
    Ken
    PS I really did the new painting and HDR thing. Some of my feeble playing around can be found here
    http://www.photoshopuser.com/members/portfolios/view/image/227270

  • David — 4:42 PM on June 03, 2010

    The Adobe website really needs a page that lists everything that is in PS CS5 Extended, but not in the standard version. Does the standard version now support all the 32bit per channel features that are in the extended version?
    [Yes. The non-Extended version of PS now supports all the 32 bit brushing, layers, and adjustments that were Extended only. –J.]

  • takashisenko — 5:12 AM on June 04, 2010

    Hi! It’s a great news. I just thinking about why not link the update page from here? like this:: http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/
    [I don’t understand; the links are on that page. –J.]

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