Adobe has just released version 9.1.1 of its Adobe Camera Raw file converter.

This latest version, which will be the last update for Photoshop CS6 users, adds support for the following cameras: Canon PowerShot G3 X, Casio EX-100F and EX-ZR3000, Leica Q (Typ 116), Olympus AIR-A01, Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8, DMC-FZ300 and DMC-FZ330, Pentax K-3 II (with some limitations), Phase One IQ3 80MP/60MP/50MP/, Ricoh GR II, Sony α7R Mark II (ILCE-7RM2), DSC-RX10 Mark II and DSC-RX100 Mark IV. A number of new lens profiles have been added to the list of supported lenses.

Version 9.1.1 also includes the following bug fixes:
1. Fixed an issue with occasional visual artefacts in Photoshop after running Camera Raw in GPU mode.
2. Fixed an issue where automatic lens profile matching did not work for the Schneider LS 150mm f/3.5 lens.
3. Fixed an issue with distortion correction for some images captured with the Canon EF 8-15mm f4L Fisheye USM lens.
4. Improved the quality of lens profiles for Nikon Coolpix P330 and Nikon Coolpix P340 cameras.
5. Improved the speed of loading Fujifilm X-Trans raw images.
6. Fixed an issue where the slider knob would “jump back to its starting position” when the cursor moves beyond the slider interface.

Lightroom 6.1.1, Lightroom CC 2015 1.1 and DNG Converter 9.1.1 have also been released with the same bug fixed and support for the same cameras and lenses. For photographers whose software doesn’t update automatically, these updates can be downloaded from the Adobe downloads and updates page at