Adobe Lightroom CC 2015.8 / 6.8 and ACR 9.8 released with Nikon D5600 support

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Adobe announced new versions of Lightroom and ACR with support for the new Nikon D5600 camera:

New lens profiles were added for the following lenses with Nikon F mount:

Nikon F Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED
Nikon F SIGMA 12-24mm F4 DG HSM A016
Nikon F SIGMA 50-100mm F1.8 DC HSM A016
Nikon F SIGMA 85mm F1.4 DG HSM A016
Nikon F SIGMA 500mm F4 DG OS HSM S016
Nikon F TAMRON SP 150-600mm F5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 A022N
Nikon F TAMRON SP 150-600mm F5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 A022N x1.4
Nikon F TAMRON SP 150-600mm F5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 A022N x2.0
Nikon F Zeiss Milvus 2.8/15 ZF.2
Nikon F Zeiss Milvus 2.8/18 ZF.2
Nikon F Zeiss Milvus 2/135 ZF.2
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  • Eric Calabros

    at least for Americans, maybe the first time that LR support arrives before camera itself.

  • Lee Smith

    Anyone who cares about image quality will just use NX-D.

    • Spy Black

      …and who has lots of patience…

    • TwoStrayCats

      Exactly. Just like anyone who knows soft drinks will always drink Coca-Cola.

      • peter w

        I prefer Vacqueras and Valpolicella, so I use Capture One Pro… 😉

        • silmasan

          I’d like to try C1pro, maybe with the 3 month sub. Heard it’s best for tethering. What about unsupported lenses though, can you make your own lens profiles?

          • peter w

            Don’t know that for sure, since I don’t need it, my lenses have profiles, I think there are several ways for correction: color, distortion, sharpness, light, and something called ICC (color cast, dust removal, uniformity of light).
            I know that you can save color profiles, so it is likely lens profiles could be made and saved.

            To be sure about it, you could ask in the forum, (or check if there is a video about it, The video’s were of great help to me).

            • silmasan

              OK thx. 🙂 Reading the release notes, I find it weird that Sigma 50 Art, for example, is listed among supported lenses for Canon but not Nikon. Guess I’ll shoot them an email.

    • Clearly, your caring doesn’t equate with discerning.

    • hje

      Do you have any article / links where I can read this?
      That would be helpful.

      ( I believe so too. But believe most often has little to nothing in common with reality)

    • Really? 🙂 It would take days to do what I do in and hour or so with Lightroom. I need to make a living. The quality difference at normal viewing distances is indiscernible.

    • Fly Moon

      I agree. I changed my workflow to include NX-D lately.

    • Reilly Diefenbach

      NX-D, I don’t think so :^)

  • TheMeckMan

    Anyone else wondering how long before Adobe bumps up to 2016/2017 (v7) release? Hope the next version focuses on performance optimisations…

    • Doug B

      I could not agree more, every upgrade this year has come with a decrease in performance/speed, that later needed to be fixed via bug releases. I hope they finally got this one right, as even when it is working perfectly, it is still slow.. but when it has memory and module utilization problems, it can be torture.

  • Peter Masters

    Who cares. I refuse to RENT software!

    • peter w

      That way it’s just cheaper. That’s all.

    • MacManX

      The CC subscription has nothing to do with rental. At all…

  • Keith Calvin Leong

    Hi Peter, is there an estimated time we could have 19mm tilt shift included in lens profile?

    • No idea, probably next release.

    • FDF

      That’s an easy question. Never. Because it would be useless as soon as you use tilt and/or shift. And if you don’t use tilt an shift, you don’t need this lens. There aren’t any profiles for tilt-shift lens profiles in LR.

      • This is interesting! I guess the tilt/shift information is then not included in the data reported by the lens, and thus not included in EXIF? Didn’t know that, thanks.

      • peter w

        Yet both Photoshop and some other raw-convertors than LR -, I think DxO and I know COP – do have perspective control options. In case you didn’t own a PC / TS lens, or you set it impropperly.

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