Adobe today released Lightroom 6.14, a free update to Lightroom 6. This is the last update to the stand-alone (perpetual) Lightroom 6. It adds support for the same new cameras and the same new lens profiles added to Lightroom Classic last week, as well as a few bug fixes.
To avoid the possibility of installing Lightroom Classic by mistake, I’d recommend downloading the update files directly from here: Mac Windows. After download, double-click on the file and run the installation wizard.
If you wish to obtain future updates to Lightroom, you’ll need to purchase a subscription and upgrade to Lightroom Classic (or the new cloud-based Lightroom CC). If you purchase a new camera that is not supported by Lightroom 6.14 and you don’t want to upgrade to Classic, you can convert your new raw files to Adobe’s DNG format using the free Adobe DNG Converter, and then you’ll be able to import them into Lightroom 6.14.
New Camera Support
Raw files from the following new cameras can now be imported:
- Apple iPhone 8
- Apple iPhone 8 Plus
- Apple iPhone X
- Canon EOS M100 (full support)
- Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III
- Google Pixel 2
- Google Pixel 2 XL
- GoPro FUSION
- GoPro HERO6
- Hasselblad A6D -100c
- Light L16
- Panasonic LUMIX DC-G9
- Sony A7R III (ILCE-7RM3)
- Sony RX10 IV (DSC-RX10M4) (full support)
New Lens Profiles
The following customer-reported bugs have been fixed: