Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4 now available

Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4 are now available as final releases on Adobe.com and through the update mechanisms available in Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3.  These updates include bug fixes, new camera support and new lens profiles.

New Camera Support

  • Canon EOS 600D (Rebel T3i / Kiss X5 Digital)
  • Canon EOS 1100D (Rebel T3 / Kiss X50 Digital)
  • Fuji FinePix S200 EXR
  • Fuji FinePix F550 EXR
  • Fuji FinePix HS20 EXR
  • Fuji FinePix X100
  • Hasselblad H4D-40
  • Kodak EasyShare Z990
  • Nikon D5100
  • Olympus E-PL1s
  • Olympus E-PL2
  • Olympus XZ-1
  • Samsung NX11

New Lens Profile Support

Lens Mount Lens Name
Nikon Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR
Nikon Nikon AF-S DX VR Zoom-NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G IF-ED
Nikon Nikon AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED
Canon SIGMA 85mm F1.4 EX DG HSM
Nikon SIGMA 85mm F1.4 EX DG HSM
Nikon Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR
Canon Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 L IS USM
Canon Canon EF 28-70mm f/2.8 L USM
Leica Leica APO-MACRO-SUMMARIT-S 1:2.5/120mm
Leica Leica SUMMARIT-S 1:2.5/35mm ASPH.
Leica Leica SUMMARIT-S 1:2.5/70 mm ASPH.
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA L 55-300mm F4-5.8 ED
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA L 50-200mm F4-5.6 ED
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA L 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 55-300mm F4-5.8 ED
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 50-200mm F4-5.6 ED
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 50-200mm F4-5.6 ED WR
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 35mm F2.4 AL
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 ED AL [IF]
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL WR
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL II
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 17-70mm F4 AL [IF] SDM
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 16-45mm F4 ED AL
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 14mm F2.8 ED[IF]
Pentax smc PENTAX-DA 12-24mm F4 ED AL [IF]
Pentax smc PENTAX-D FA 100mm F2.8 MACRO
Pentax smc PENTAX-D FA MACRO 100mm F2.8 WR
Pentax smc PENTAX-D FA 50mm F2.8 MACRO
Canon TAMRON 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3DiII VC PZD B008E

New Tethered Camera Support

  • Canon EOS 60D
  • Canon EOS 550D (Digital Rebel T2i/EOS Kiss X4 Digital)
  • Nikon D7000

Lightroom 3.4 Bugs – Fixed

  • Lightroom encountered issues presenting double-byte character metadata after the image was edited on Photoshop.com
  • Video files were allowed to be added to a SmugMug publish collection not capable of supporting video uploads
  • The up and down arrow keys did not work properly when trying to adjust a point tone curve with the Targeted Adjustment Tool
  • In a Flickr publish collection an error would occur when attempting to republish an image marked as “Hide from Public areas”
  • Images rotated once in a publish collection could have displayed inconsistent rotations between the grid view and the filmstrip (Windows only)
  • Mouse movements when a secondary window had been enabled would cause unnecessary processor activity
  • The SmugMug Smart Publish Collection dialog on a 1024×768 display could have closed without warning and prevented access to the main Lightroom window
  • Keyword completion was broken when spaces were included
  • Multiple Facebook publishing errors have been corrected in Lightroom 3.4
  • Publish collections did not work properly if the sort order is set to descending. (“Z to A”)
  • Cropped images could have momentarily appeared without a crop while moving from image to image in the Develop module
  • Image counts were not updating properly when nested collection sets were separated
  • If image files were located on an unavailable network volume, it might have taken several minutes for Lightroom to properly display the thumbnails in the grid view (Windows only)
  • Using the up/down arrow keys or the mouse wheel to adjust a parameter while the graduated filter is activated caused increments of plus or minus 100 instead of 1
  • Interlacing artifacts, and a slight magenta cast in the deepest shadows could have appeared on some high-contrast edges of Canon mRaw files.
  • Video files captured by an Apple iPhone and imported into Lightroom showed the incorrect capture date of December 31, 1903
  • In some instances, photos labeled as “Modified Photos to Re-Publish” in a Publish Collection would fail to be re-categorized as “Published” after a succesfull publish operation
  • A magenta color cast could have appeared on Nikon D7000 or Pentax K-5 images if the multi-exposure feature was used with raw capture
  • Updates have been made to Lightroom 3.4 to comply with Metadata Working Group standards
  • An image at zoom level “1:2″ may have momentarily blurred when the mouse is released from a slider (Windows only)
  • Folder creation caused an expanded folder hierarchy to close unexpectedly in the Library Module
  • Virtual Copies added to a Publish to Hard Drive collection could fail to export properly if the original image had already been published
  • Updating the metadata of a file by selecting the update button in the Metadata panel would fail to update the metadata
  • A Japanese language file name is not properly preserved when uploading images to SmugMug
  • Color Noise reduction values were not properly saved in presets
  • Not all appropriate metadata fields were excluded when choosing the Minimize Embedded Metadata export option
  • The Lightroom Plug-in Manager may not have displayed correctly when operating Lightroom with the French language selected

Camera Raw 6.4 Release Notes
These items have been FIXED in Camera Raw 6.3:

  • Camera Raw did not allow write-back capability for the EXIF GPS properties.
  • The DNG File format did not support XMP Media Management.
  • A JPEG file with a specific characteristic was found to have a pink cast.
  • The undo command (Command+z) was failing to undo crop adjustments.
  • Single images marked for deletion were not moved to the trash.
  • A magenta color cast could have appeared on Nikon D7000 or Pentax K-5 images if the multi-exposure feature was used with raw capture.
  • Applying Sigma 10-20mm Lens Profile to Nikon D7000 raw files could have produced dark or black corners
  • Some EXIF fields of Panasonic raw files appeared to be blank in Bridge Metadata panel
  • Applying the exposure adjustment brush to a high ISO image could have caused excessive noise reduction correction to the entire image

82 Responses to Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4 now available

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  5. Richard says:

    The only fix I’m interested is stopping LR from losing functionality in the left mouse button after about 30 minutes use.

    I’ve replicated this on 3 different PCs and it drives me insane. The only fix is to re-start LR.

    Cheers

    • Manu says:

      Same for me. It’s been like since at least Lightroom 2.x if you right-click a lot, after a while, it’s not working anymore, you to restart LR. I’m waiting release after release for that issue to be fixed but it seems that 3.4 is not yet there.

  6. Steven says:

    THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTTING THE FUJI EXR CAMERAs!!!!

  7. Budiman Lays says:

    @Richard: aha!!! I tot I was the only experiencing this issue. good to know that I am not alone :D

  8. Goubert Sarah says:

    Hello sorry for my english,
    J have CS4 and i have bought a sony A55 it’s impossible to open the RAW of this camera in cameraraw.
    Can you tel me if there is a plugin or if it’s my computer.
    Thank you
    S Goubert

    mac pro quad core 2,66 6Go de RAM

  9. Is there performance improved lot for this new version?

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  13. januszek says:

    RAW from Samsung NX5 still not suported… But it is the same file so NX10…

    • Sam says:

      really, how can this be real. they just have to accept nx5 as a valid camera, the raw format is the same as for nx10.. bad bad support

  14. pe5555ter says:

    great… any teaser what new features will come for lightroom?

    geotagging..?? please.. pretty please!!

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  20. rick says:

    I’d like a fix for the export issue I’m having. About 1 in 200 images I export from NEF to large JPGs (for printing) I can’t save after working on them in PS. I re-export, work on them in PS and have the same issue. What a pain.

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  22. Andrew Adler says:

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add some Sony Alpha mount lens profiles!!! The Sony 70-200mm G would especially appreciated. Thanks!

  23. Belinda says:

    Lots of bug fixes – yay. One that jumps out at me that may not be limited to the camera models specified – “A magenta color cast could have appeared on Nikon D7000 or Pentax K-5 images if the multi-exposure feature was used with raw capture” – this exact issue happened to me in that exact set of circumstances – on my D300 back in March. I came upon it by accident using my backup D300 body in an action event. I don’t normally use multi-exposure – and in the crunch of the moment could not for the life of me remember how to get the setting back to single exposure that day – so I shot the best I could with it – but in post-processing did have this exact color issue. I couldn’t figure out why the indoor lighting in that gym could have had weird magenta color casts in many of the pictures. In fact I haven’t even fully edited the pictures from that event yet.

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  25. robinstarfish says:

    No fix for the adjustment brush memory leak???

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  27. Henry Young says:

    When can we look forward to some lens profiles for the Tokina lenses/
    I have the 12-24 and the 50-135mm.

  28. David Naylor says:

    Thanks for the steady flow of updates! My favourite fix: Auto-complete for keywords with spaces

  29. Thomas says:

    I bet a million bucks that LR 3.4 release is STILL DOG SLOW on exporting in general and most ridiculously hogs up entire system resources while exporting images. You cannot even Browse the web or open Documents whilst exporting, even on a decent processor with up to 4 Gigs of RAM and SSD drive.
    Seriously sorry, but until LR isn’t a joy to work with in term of processing power, it’s pure waste of money if you’d ask me (i’m not putting any competitors name here that you know by yourself)
    And you guys should know it. It’s been discussed all over the web that LR is SLOW as hell.

  30. PeterO says:

    This what I get trying to updsate, great work Adobe!

    Site unavailable

    We’re sorry, the service you requested is currently unavailable. In the meantime please explore the other areas of Adobe.com.

    Thank you for your patience.

  31. Having serious trouble with tethering. Have enough memory. No problem with card-300x Lexar pro. Little wheel keeps spinning. Bar never goes across. Have removed Canon software. Shoot a 5D Mark II. Removed file from library/preferences.

    Tried a call to customer support. Waited oh so long. The person said I didn’t have a registered copy. Wasted 2 hours today. Not happy.

  32. Hafiz says:

    Sony A380 tethered camera support, please include also.

  33. peter says:

    Not all appropriate metadata fields were excluded when choosing the Minimize Embedded Metadata export option ”

    this metadata issue is still NOT fixed.
    in fact it´s worse then in 3.3!!

    i have writen an DETAILED bug report and nothing happened!!

    important metadata is NOT removed.

    it´s removed from the XMP but instead written into the EXIF data (camera serialnumber, iso, aperture etc.)

    but when you DO NOT choose to minimize embedded metadata then suddenly the serialnumer is NOT written into the exported JPG file.

    also some GPS data is removed when you constrict the file size.

    all in all this is still a MESS and in no way FIXED……

  34. Dorin Nicolaescu-Musteață says:

    > Applying the exposure adjustment brush to a high ISO image could have caused excessive noise reduction correction to the entire image.

    FYI, this on is fixed only partially: luma NR is fine now, but chroma NR is still exagerated by local adjustments.

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  37. jan says:

    Not all appropriate metadata fields were excluded when choosing the Minimize Embedded Metadata export option ”

    this metadata issue is still NOT fixed.
    in fact it´s worse then in 3.3!!

    i have writen an DETAILED bug report and nothing happened!!

    important metadata is NOT removed.

    it´s removed from the XMP but instead written into the EXIF data (camera serialnumber, iso, aperture etc.)

    but when you DO NOT choose to minimize embedded metadata then suddenly the serialnumer is NOT written into the exported JPG file.

    also some GPS data is removed when you constrict the file size.

    all in all this is still a MESS and in no way FIXED……

  38. Dennis says:

    Hi -
    Where do we go to officially report bugs?

    The bug fixes in this update didn’t list the cropping bug I’ve been having from the start.
    Haven’t been able to replicate it since installing the update, but it’s intermittent anyway, and since it wasn’t listed I’m assuming it hasn’t been addressed.

    • Dennis says:

      Never mind, found the bug report form.

      Curious though if any one else has experienced this bug.

      Very often, but not necessarily always, when I change the crop aspect ratio and then try to adjust the crop area, the aspect ratio will snap back to the original, or possibly just previous, setting.
      I’ve found that sometimes, but not always, I can fix it by clicking the aspect ratio “lock” a few times.
      It always takes a few or more clicks of the lock, once or twice won’t prevent the problem.

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  40. is there a shortcut to copy and paste current developing settings? thx

    • vinh says:

      Ctrl + Shift + C to copy

      Ctrl + Shift + V to paste

    • You mean to copy the adjustments from one picture and paste the same adjustments to another. If this is what you mean then on a mac it’s: hold command, shift, and C to copy and then command, shift, and V to paste the adjustments to the unadjusted picture. Hope that helps.

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  42. Hooray for more lens profiles for Pentax! Thank you!

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  46. Juan says:

    why i can’t authorize my LR3.4 in Facebook? In LR Publishing Manager, the only button that you can pick is Authorize on Facebook. The change Account and Remove Authorization are not active. So there is no option to enter my account. Can anyone know how to fix it?

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  49. david says:

    We have RAW conversion for the Nikon Coolpix P7000. Why no camera calibration other than Adobe Standard?

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  51. Krystian says:

    And fuck you facebook add?

  52. Senna says:

    nice.. finally we get RAW update for Nikon D5100
    thanks

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  55. John Gordon says:

    Lightroom 3.4 on Mac has fewer lens profiles than 3.3! Now no Pentax lens profiles.
    So why has Windows version got them?

  56. Ed says:

    When the heck are you going to include TOKINA brand lens correction profiles? Especially the 11-16 2.8?

  57. frank says:

    the tethershooting with a nikon d7000 still doesn’t work.
    the camera is not recognized!

  58. dirk says:

    I bought D5100 and now it seems that cs4 bridge en cs4 photoshop can’t involve this raw plugin. Do I need to buy C5% and a new 64bitsPC. or is there a solution coming ?

    Gr,
    Dirk

  59. Ivan says:

    Strange. I even 3.4RC on N was. miracles))

  60. Stephenie says:

    Now if they can just add the Nikon D5100 to the list of tethered supported cameras. i would be happy then!

    • Stephen J Piccolo says:

      I’d really like to see the SONY 900 added to the list of tethered supported cameras too.

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  63. Robert Carroll says:

    As of June 2011 the loss of functionality of the right mouse clisk is still there. This is not as some have suggested a driver issue as the right button retains functionality in other prorgams after it has quite in Lightroom. And the ‘solution” is to stop and restart Lightroom. Very irritating as this but has been aroudn forever.

  64. francis says:

    I recently upgraded the my computer from win7 32bit to a win 7 64 bit then installed this lightroom 3.4 version, I noticed that it no longer shows the basic exif info like shutter speed, aperture, focal lengh of the photo when I hover the photo on the film strip. I used to show them before when I still have the win7 32bit version of lightroom.. What went wrong?

  65. Piers says:

    Does anyone Know if there is a Raw plug in for 600 D Canon, for photoshop

  66. Brian says:

    Is the Hasselblad 4D-40 able to shoot tethered with LR3?

  67. Dennis says:

    I also have the new D5100 and would like to see tethered support added. Any idea on when this may be add?

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  70. Ivan Boden says:

    I recently learned of your policy and pricing change to the Adobe product line and must voice my concern over this change. I fear I will not be able to maintain the Adobe product line in my own work flow, because the long term impact on my own budget will be severely impacted. GIMP and alternative work flows are much more viable to me, and upgrading at all less likely. In the end, Adobe will see less revenue, not more.

    If you must implement change, a more incremental approach would have been appreciated. You in essence give us two months to get current (and right before the holidays) before we are ineligible to upgrade.

    The perpetual licensing is really the preferred method of software purchasing for most enthusiast and hobbyists. With the onset of your subscription pricing model, it also likely will follow that many companies will not buy in to that program and instead reduce the total number of perpetual licenses in their organization.
    Please re-consider your policy change.

    Sincerely,
    Ivan Boden

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