Adobe Lightroom & Camera Raw Updates Add Full Sony a7R IV & RX100 VII Raw Support

The latest Adobe Lightroom & Camera Raw updates add full Sony a7R IV & RX100 VII Raw Support with full camera profile support not found in the previous version.

Full support means it’s now possible to apply Sony Camera Matching or Adobe Raw profiles to a7R IV Raw images in Adobe Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC and Adobe Camera Raw.

You can now select from nine Sony Camera Matching Raw Profiles: Clear, Deep, Landscape, Light, Neutral, Portrait, Standard, Vivid & Monochrome

You can also select from seven Adobe Raw Profiles: Adobe Color, Adobe Monochrome, Adobe Landscape, Adobe Neutral, Adobe Portrait, Adobe Standard & Adobe Vivid

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7 thoughts on “Adobe Lightroom & Camera Raw Updates Add Full Sony a7R IV & RX100 VII Raw Support”

    1. Open Adobe Creative Cloud Updater and run Lightroom and Camera Raw updates. After update they should be version .1 as shown in the graphic.

      1. I did yesterday, and also today and nothing to upgrade so far… Well, haven’t got the R IV yet so it will probably get there in time for it.

  1. Apparently iOS 13 +++, as of this writing, does not recognize a7R IV raw files. However they can be blindly, no thumbnail via the files app, uploaded directly into LR Mobile. Any idea if this is an Apple issue or an Adobe issue.

    1. Even before Apple deep-sized Aperture, Apple was always the slowest to add RAW support for new cameras.

      So when do I think they’ll add a7R IV RAW support? Last…

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