Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom add Sony a7R V & FX30 Raw Support

Lightroom Classic 12-1 Camera-Raw-15-1 Sony a7R V Support

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom Updates add Raw support for Sony a7R V & FX30 and lens profile support for Sony FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM II.
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4 thoughts on “Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom add Sony a7R V & FX30 Raw Support”

  1. Hi,

    Thinking of moving from a7iii to 7Rv but file sizes I need to understand more. Are compressed RAW quicker in Lightroom, or does it need to decompress the file first – thus they are slower than the largest raw files? I feel I would only use uncompressed raw files from this camera on rare occasions, so I need to understand how they work in light room in both lossy, compressed and lossless compressed format. HELP please!

    1. Smaller is faster. Uncompressed RAW is roughly double the size so it’s slower to load & save. I only use it on rare occasions since it’s very difficult to actually see any difference. Lossless Compressed (L) is only slightly larger than Compressed so not much slower to process but fewer FPS in Continuos shooting mode – but again it’s very difficult to actually see a difference in RAWs.

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