Lightroom - What's New!Adobe last night released cloud-based Lightroom Desktop for Windows and Mac 3.2 and Mobile for iOS and Android 5.2. These updates contain support for new cameras, new lens profiles, bug fixes, and minor feature enhancements.

Lightroom Classic 9.2 was also released – read about it in my Classic article.

In This Article:

(These links above to sections below may or may not work depending on what device and system you are using. If they don’t, then scroll down.)

How and When to Update
New Cameras Now Supported
New Lens Profiles
Also New in Lightroom (Desktop) for Windows and Mac
Also New in Lightroom Mobile for iOS and Android

How and When to Update

How to Update Lightroom Desktop

If you previously were prompted to agree to auto-update Lightroom and if you agreed, then when you open Lightroom for the first time after the update is available, go to Help>System Info to verify that you are now using version 3.2. Otherwise to update to 3.2, go to Help>Updates, and in the Creative Cloud app, on the Updates tab click on Update next to Lightroom (cloud-based photo service; not Lightroom Classic or Lightroom CC 2015.)

The Creative Cloud app has been redesigned – click on Updates on the left or on Photography to isolate these apps and find Lightroom Desktop (the cloud-based photo service).

When to Update Lightroom Desktop (if Lightroom didn’t auto-update):

I don’t expect any issues with Lightroom 3.2 and updates of this app usually go smoothly, but if you’re not in a hurry to get the new features, it can’t hurt to wait a week or so to make sure that others aren’t experiencing major bugs with it.

If I hear of serious issues with this release I will post them here in this section – please check here rather than emailing me.

Click here to check for bug reports and to report bugs or issues that you encounter.

How to Update Lightroom Mobile

Find the Lightroom app in the Apple App or Google Play store and tap on Update.

Report Lightroom mobile bugs here.

New Cameras Now Supported

The entire Lightroom ecosystem now supports the following new cameras:

  • Canon EOS-1Dx Mark III
  • HUAWEI Mate 30 Rear Main, Telephoto and Wide Cameras
  • HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro Rear Main, Telephoto and Wide Cameras
  • Leica M10 Monochrome
  • LG G8 ThinQ Front, Rear Main and Wide Cameras
  • LG V50s ThinQ Front, Rear Main and Wide Cameras
  • Nikon Coolpix P950
  • Nikon D780
  • OnePlus 7T Front and Rear Main Camera
  • Phase One IQ4 150MP (Preliminary)

Click here for a list of all cameras supported by each version of Lightroom (and Camera Raw).

New Lens Profiles

These new lens profiles are available throughout the Lightroom ecosystem:

  • Zhongyi Mitakon Speedmaster 35mm f0.95 Mark II
  • Hasselblad XCD 4/45P