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Adobe Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4 release candidates now available

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Adobe Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4 release candidates are now available for download with support for the following Nikon products (incl. the new Sigma 35mm f/1.4 lens):

  • Nikon 1 J3 camera
  • Nikon 1 S1 camera
  • Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/4G ED VR lens
  • Nikon 1 NIKKOR 18.5mm f/1.8 lens
  • Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM A012 lens for Nikon mount

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  • Herman

    Let’s see if they manage to make LR any slower (again)

    • Eric Calabos

      LR is the fastest raw processor out there. lots of work needed to make it slow as others

      • http://www.facebook.com/butterflyskies3 Oskar Pettersson

        The workflow has been alot slower sense LR4, LR3 ran much faster.

      • Belett0

        kidding right ? Just have a go with photoshop….exposure change ? real time, curves ? realtime……. exposure gradient ? oh my god it’s soooo fast ! like basically any software on the market today…. (and yes lightroom is even slow on my workstation with 16cores and 128gb……..)

        • tohellwithhades

          Same here. Lightroom has always been sluggish on my machines…

  • patto01

    Does anyone know if they’ve added Remote Control for the D600?

  • RakSiam

    Nikon 1 V3???

    • PhotoAl

      That’s what has my interest!

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      Adobe made a mistake, it’s the J3.

      • niXerKG

        Yay I am not going crazy. Saw it was V3 when you first posted this and found it odd you didn’t highlight it.

  • http://Flickr.com/inthemist InTheMist

    I’m happy they’re supporting my new favorite lens, the Sigma 35mm f1.4.

    • http://Flickr.com/inthemist InTheMist

      Looks like the Fuji X-guys will be happy too, judging from the initial reactions around the net.

  • Richard

    While I don’t want to seem even more ignorant than is the case, I’m left amazed by the difference in size: LR/Win 769Mb, LR/Mac 421. Can some kind soul explain?

    • jack

      probably because the windows is for both 32 and 64-bit executables while the mac is 64-bit only.

      • Rudi

        Because Mac is smart and the 64-bit software can be run as 32-bit while you just set a checkmark for the appropriate app. Something that Micros$ft hasn’t stolen or understood yet.

        • TheMeckMan

          Epic fail Rudi!

          Microsoft has had this for .NET applications for years now. .NET, like Java, has a VM that it runs it’s applications in so they can be run in either 64 bit or 32 bit mode. These compile to native 64 or 32 bit.

          That said the only reason this feature is useful is for running 32-bit plugins for newer versions of Lightroom/et. al, but even then it’s a feature of limited use (i.e. 5 years from now it will be a novelty). Furthermore, a 64-bit app being run in this way will run slower due to the overhead of the ‘interpreter’. In a nutshell I’d rather have a native binary.

          http://stackoverflow.com/questions/49934/how-come-a-32-bit-kernel-can-run-a-64-bit-binary

  • Crusty

    And where may I ask is Aperture 4?

  • nikki

    we want to shoot tethered on D600s!!

  • Justaddwater

    Lightroom runs fine for me but I have 32gb of ram so..

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