Adobe released Lightroom 5.3 and Camera Raw 8.3 with Nikon AW1, P7800, Df, D610 and D5300 support

Adobe released new versions of Lightroom 5.3 and Camera Raw 8.3 with support for the latest Nikon cameras and lenses. Download links:

New Nikon cameras support:

  • Nikon Coolpix P7800
  • Nikon Df
  • Nikon D610
  • Nikon D5300

New Nikkor lens support:

  • Nikon 1 NIKKOR AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6
  • Nikon 1 NIKKOR AW 10mm f/2.8
  • Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 58mm f/1.4G
  • Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR
  • Sigma Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM A013 (Nikon mount)
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  • Dogbert62

    looks like the Nikon 18-35mm G lens still doesn’t get the love..

    • Romain LAMARCHE

      Indeed 🙁

    • brett

      Sucks, but if you use Adobe Lens Profile Downloader there’s a custom profile (NIKON D3 – 18.0-35.0 mm f/3.5-4.5) that seems to work well. It might be for the old D version, but it’s better than nothing in my experience.

      • Tiago Fonseca

        I remember trying that profile and at the time I really didn’t like the result, at least the vignetting correction seemed to strong which left my images with a white aura around them…
        I was hopping for Adobe to add this profile on their next update but looks like I will have to continuing waiting.

    • Jon Ingram

      Yes, it’s strange to me. I don’t own the lens but it seems like it would be a big enough seller to justify adding the profile. Too bad…

  • Brad

    WOW! A non-Nikon item that fully works with Nikon… goes against the recent trend. (sarcasm for those that cannot tell)

    • Ronan

      Why add to the shit pool?

  • peterortphoto

    nice. Hopefully I can shoot tethered on my new Nikon D610 now…

  • Duncan Dimanche

    sigh…. 18-35….. it might be a deal breaker for me… i really need that lens correction with that big of a distortion…

    I might stick with using that 10-24 nikon on my D800…. wich gave me amazing results actually and it has very little lens aberration…. which is strange for a 15mm (full frame equivalent)

    • Sundra Tanakoh

      Seriously? You can’t figure out how to do corrections yourself? Or are you being sarcastic, it is too early in the morning for me I guess. Because if that is all you are looking at and calling it a “deal breaker” you are missing out on everything else for the want of one lens.

    • umeshrw

      If you want less distortion then 12-24 is the lens. Bit lesser wide but much better image.

  • John A.

    I don’t understand why they don’t include the Nikon 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 G in any of these updates????

    • No Cloud

      When will photoshop be released in disc or download version? NOT the cloud subscription nonsense!

      • Leighton DaCosta

        Last thing said by Adobe was that CS6 and Lightroom will always be boxed. As a matter of fact LR is less than $120 right now. Its the future editions that are subscription for CS.

    • Rafa R

      what is this link for?

  • James Donahue

    Got it this am

  • Dƒ is also working now. Very unexpected!

  • Rafa R

    Does this camera raw update work with CS6 or only with Photoshop CC?

  • Rafa R

    I think the link Admin shows is or the DNG converter but not for the Camera Raw plug in for CS6 , or is it?

  • Chezza

    Does LR5 support Tamron 24-70 lens?

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