Adobe Camera RAW (ACR) 9.9, Lightroom CC 2015.9 released with support for the latest Tamron and Voigtlander F-mount lenses

Adobe Camera RAW (ACR) 9.9 is now released with support for two Tamron and one Voigtlander lenses for Nikon F-mount:

  • DNG converter 9.9 download links: Win | macOS

Update: Adobe Lightroom CC 2015.9 was also released (download info, see also this page).

New Nikon F-mount lens profiles added in Camera Raw 9.9:

Other resolved issues:

  • Fixed a rare crash when reading JPEGs with Bridge-hosted ACR.
  • Fixed an Upright bug where the “Update” button is incorrectly enabled when Upright is unable to find a correction.
  • Fixed a bug where Lens Profile Auto Matching is not working for Zeiss Batis 85mm lenses.
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  • just ordered the 70-200 G2. yasss! Cant wait.

    • Mitchell P

      Awesome lens, it has not left my camera since i got it 🙂

  • Spy Black

    Love the 50mm f/1.4 Nikkor-S rip-off design of the Nokton. Probably about as good optically.

    • I know you meant 58mm, but just to clarify. I’m wondering how the images compare to the Nikon 58mm f/1.4G. I’m loving that lens…it rarely comes off my camera.

      • Spy Black

        No, I meant 50mm f/1.4 S. That’s essentially what this Nokton lens is mostly patterned after. Probably about as good optically as the S, doesn’t matter that it’s 58mm. The 58G has some modern tech in it, although it mostly sucks for what it is and what it costs, it’s a good bet that it’s better than this Nokton, and it has AF to boot. Rent one out if you’re curious.

        If you want a decent manual focus 50mm lens, scan eBay for a 50mm f/1.4 SC Nikkor. This was the first multicoated version of the S (hence the “C”), and is about as good as it gets with these old optical formula designs. I picked one up from a Japanese seller in immaculate condition for $125 sometime back. Lucked out on that.

        • Joel Bazzle

          I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my Voigtlander 58, but I tend to stop it down to F2 or F2.8. I’m sure the Nikon is more reliable at 1.4 thanks to its AF. It’s also four times the price.

          • Spy Black

            All lenses will look much better 1 and, especially, 2 stops down. The old Nokton was cheaper, this new one is $600, so roughly 1/3 the price. However a new Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 starts to look more attractive at only $100 more.

            • Joel Bazzle

              $600? I missed that. I paid $400, and would not personally have found the lens worth it at $600.

              I tend to stop it down not because it’s undesirable at 1.4 (it’s certainly no less sharp and has no more CA than the Nikon G lens, which I found disappointing wide open), but because it’s easier to hit focus. It is, however, not a lens I’d take to any paid work.

        • Actually I have the 58mm G and I couldn’t be happier. I spent almost $1,200 on a refurb, so it was expensive. But, I haven’t used anything else that creates the kind of images it does. A bit of a steep learning curve to figure out how to get the best out of it at wide apertures, but when isn’t that an issue? It’s magic at f/2 and below. Stop down to f/5.6 and it’s very sharp. Great color and contrast is crisp but smooth.

  • TheInfinityPoint

    Hey Peter did you get my guest post email from a few days ago? It was sent to your admin@nikonrumors email.

    • Weird, I don’t think I received it. Can you please send it again?

      • TheInfinityPoint

        Sent again. Thanks!

  • Adi

    What about support for Tokina 24-70?…

  • Kostas

    Slightly off topic, but does anyone know if there is going to be a Lightroom 7, or is it only CC from now on? I seem to remember that when CC was launched, Adobe said that Lightroom would continue also as stand alone product that you can buy, but there hasn’t been a new version for a few years now.

    • Nobody Cares

      No, they’re coming out with LR 10 (in honor of the 10th anniversary of LR). After that, all version will be LR 10, so they can be more consistent, Like Mac OS 10 and Windows 10 😉

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