Adobe released small updates to Lightroom Desktop and Lightroom Mobile today with bug fixes and new camera support.
Lightroom Desktop: Lightroom 6.10.1 and CC 2015.10.1
This is a small update with bug fixes, one new lens profile and support for Panasonic and Sony new cameras. To update, go to Help>Update in Lightroom or the Apps tab in your Creative Cloud app. If you don’t see this update, you can download the update file directly here (Mac Windows) and then double-click on the file to run the installation wizard.
- Inaccurate warning message with Edit in Photoshop command that stated that ACR 9.10 was required, even if you had already downloaded and installed ACR 9.10.
- Color cast on images from some Fujifilm X series cameras shot in CH/CL modes.
- Images taken on the Fujifilm GFX 50s with top 3 extended ISOs appeared over-exposed.
- Some images converted to DNG from the Hasselblad H6 contained a color cast.
- Hasselblad X1D images losing highlight details at high ISOs.
New cameras now supported:
- Panasonic LUMIX DC-ZS70 (DC-TZ90, DC-TZ91, DC-TZ92, DC-TZ93)
- Sony A9 (ILCE-9)
New lens profile:
- Sony FE – Zeiss Batis 2.8/135
- Adobe reports that they are aware that Windows customers using an AMD graphics card using driver Version 17.4.4 (released 4/23/2017) are unable to use the Develop module with GPU acceleration enabled (Preferences>Performance). For now, either disable GPU acceleration or roll back to an earlier driver version, per this Adobe technical note.
Lightroom Mobile for iOS Update
An update is available in your iPad and iPhone App Store with the following updates:
- Support for the new cameras listed above (Panasonic and Sony)
- Bug fixes for the following issues:
- Affected some users with photographs named with special characters
- Crash for some users when relaunching the app
- Loading images into Lightroom for iOS from Google Photos or Snapseed
- Loading images that were synced to Apple Photos from iTunes
Lightroom Mobile for Android Update
There is an update available in the Google Play app store with the following updates:
- HDR support for the Samsung S8 and S8+. (The following cameras are now supported: Samsung S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8+, Google Pixel, and Google Pixel XL.)
- Improved HDR quality and ghost reduction
- Support for the Panasonic and Sony cameras listed above.