Adobe has launched Lightroom CC 2015.7 and Lightroom 6.7, saying the new versions bring bug fixes including compatibility solutions for newly released macOS Sierra, as well as additional lens profile and Raw support. MacOS users are encouraged to update to the latest version of Lightroom before updating to version 10.12 Sierra.
In addition to the new camera support listed below, Lightroom CC now allows users to submit their photos to Adobe Stock Contributor via Adobe Stock Publish Service, more easily sync content between devices using drag-and-drop into ‘All Synced Photographs,’ and to always use Smart Previews in the Develop Module (regardless of whether the original files are available).
New camera support:
- Apple iPad Pro 9.7″ (wifi and cellular)
- Apple iPhone 6s Plus
- Apple iPhone 6s
- Apple iPhone 7
- Apple iPhone 7 Plus
- Apple iPhone SE
- Canon EOS 5D Mark IV*
- Casio EX-ZR4000 (EX-ZR5000)
- GoPro HERO5 Black
- Hasselblad H6D-100c
- Nikon D3400
- Panasonic DMC-G8 (DMC-G80, DMC-G81, DMC-G85)
- Panasonic DMC-LX9 (DMC-LX10, DMC-LX15)
*Please note that we support the import and editing of jpegs, raw files and dual pixel raw files from this camera model. We do not support any specific dual pixel raw functionality. If you are planning to use Dual Pixel raw files, please read Limitations with Canon Dual Pixel raw files in Camera Raw and Lightroom.
**We added new versions of Adobe Standard color profiles for the Canon EOS 5DS and Canon EOS 5DS R cameras. These versions are denoted as V2, and the v2 profiles have lower contrast than the original Adobe Standard (v1) camera profiles.
The list of new camera lens profile support can be found at Adobe’s Lightroom blog.