Adobe has issued final release versions of its Photoshop Camera Raw and Lightroom products, providing new features and support for recently-released cameras.

New cameras supported in Camera Raw 8.3  and Lightroom 5.3 include the following (listed by manufacturer’s name in alphabetical order):
– Canon EOS M2, PowerShot S120,
– Casio EX-10,
– Fujifilm X-E2, XQ1,
– Nikon AW1, D610, D5300, Df, P7800,
– Nokia Lumia 1020,
– Olympus E-M1, Stylus 1,
– Panasonic GM1,
– Pentax K-3,
– Phase One IQ260/280,
– Sony A7, A7r, RX-10.

DNG Converter 8.3 is provided for photographers using versions of Photoshop older than Photoshop CS6. Updates to Camera Raw 8 for Photoshop CS6 only include new camera support, lens profile support, and bug fixes.

New features in Camera Raw 8 for Photoshop CC include auto straighten with three ways to automatically straighten a picture; Auto Levels-like functionality  for Whites and Blacks via shift-double-click on the sliders;  separate Auto Temperature and Auto Tint adjustment; the ability to set the background colour of the work area and toggle the visibility of the hairline frame around the image, option click shortcuts in the Synchronize, New Preset, Save Settings, and Copy/Paste (Bridge) dialog boxes and Camera Matching colour profiles (Natural, Muted, Portrait, Vivid) for most Olympus raw-enabled cameras.

Lightroom 5.3 provides additional camera raw support, lens profile support and addresses bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom. Details are available at