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Adobe Lightroom 5.6 released with Nikon D810 support

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Adobe released Lightroom 5.6 with support for the Nikon D810 camera, 1 Nikkor VR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 and Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD A010N lenses.

→ Adobe Lightroom 5.6 download links: Win | Mac.

Adobe Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Converter 8.6 were also released.

→ Adobe DNG Converter 8.6 download links: Win | Mac.

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  • Bokeh

    Is this optimized D810 support or is it just like the Camera Raw 8.6 RC ( wrapper to include new name ) support?

    • http://inthemistphoto.com/ InTheMist

      Hm… Maybe a bit strange with the color profiles. See above.

  • Stephen Sherman

    Still NO tethered capture for D4s-WTF !!!

    • Filip Wolak

      Seems like that also holds true for the D810-WTF !!!!

    • InfinityPoint

      Cry me a river.

      • Qw

        You are annoying and not funny but thanks for keeping the opinions and feelings of strangers in check. You sir are doing a great service.

    • KS

      ControlMyNikon v.5 supports the D4s.

    • Scott

      Stephen, check out FastPictureViewer Pro. It’s very low cost. Just run LR and have it watch a folder. FPV Pro will send the photo to that folder. Plus, you will also have the image on your card.

      You can’t control the camera from it, it’s only good for live shoots where you are operating the camera.

  • Alex

    posterization problems in Camera Standard, Landscape, Vivid and Monochrome profiles.
    http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3706851
    i think Adobe was in hurry with this one, we’ll probably have to wait for 8.6.1…

    • Patrick

      So, for the time being, just leave it in Adobe Standard. I’m just happy to be able to start processing my 810 files, with out a kluged workaround. As we know, Adobe’s RAW converter version(s) will continue to improve incrementally with each iteration.

      • http://inthemistphoto.com/ InTheMist

        Yep, that’s what I’ve found too.

        I ran some tests that seem to confirm what that, and other threads are reporting.

        I’m going offline now lest I become a technician instead of a photographer.

        I’ll leave it in Adobe Standard for now, and let others worry about the technicalities.

    • dobe S. ucks

      It sounds like it’s just the name ‘D810′ supported in this release.

  • Pass

    Waiting on the real PS thing: Download PS – CS7. Not subscription forever….

  • Ol’ Pickle Pony

    This just made an Ol’ Pickle Pony’s day!

  • Click

    Waiting for LR6

  • Jon McGuffin

    Seems like it’s one step at a time, but soon enough full and complete D810 support will be part and parcel of the Adobe family products as it should be.

    • http://www.gradyphoto.com/ Pete Grady

      This isn’t a knock in any way on you personally, Jon. But I have to laugh at how a camera company introduces a new model and the enthusiast segment of the marketplace comments about how, FIVE days later, other companies are FINALLY, accommodating the new model into their systems.

      • Jon McGuffin

        Oh, I don’t see that as a knock at all. I get a kick out of all the people up in arms over the “lack of support” and here in virtually a very very short period of time, the software companies are already accommodating those enthusiast and, of course, it’s not typically fast enough. Patience is something I don’t think many of us really understand or have anymore.

        • http://www.gradyphoto.com/ Pete Grady

          Good and thanks, there are many here that are far too sensitive to following up with a response to anything they say. But, to your point, Nikon must be working with Adobe and others in SOME way or there wouldn’t be the fast response we see. I doubt Adobe could respond with support for a sophisticated new camera so quickly without it.

          • Marcel Speta

            as a software developer i have to agree! That was toooo quick to implement those things. But on other hand i can imagine that this is routine for them and maybe they only bring new parameters into procedures inside and those color tables maight be provided directly from Nikon (or producers). Under such circumstances i can imagine really fast development without any magic and black or secret cooperation :-)

    • KS

      I can only guess that Adobe already got the SDK for the D810, while other developers are kept waiting?

  • samledogge

    Another 900MB download to update camera database. Makes sense Adobe.

  • Carleton Foxx

    And do we expect that Adobe will be pushing out an update for earlier versions of LR? Like LR3 and LR4?

    • IndyReader

      That would be the DNG Converter 8.6 as noted above.

  • http://micahmedia.com/ Micah

    Anybody get the direct link yet?

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