Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.5 + Camera RAW 8.5 for Sony a7S, a77II and RX100 III

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Adobe has released Photoshop Lightroom 5.5 and Adobe Camera Raw 8.5 for Photoshop CC and Photoshop CS6 with support for Sony A7S, Sony A77II and Sony RX100 III cameras.

Download Lightroom 5.5 for Mac
Download Lightroom 5.5 for Windows

For those using older version of Lightroom and Photoshop, Adobe also released Adobe DNG Converter 8.5 with support for Sony A7S, Sony A77II and Sony RX100 III cameras.

Download Adobe DNG Converter 8.5 for Mac
Download Adobe DNG Converter 8.5 for Windows

These updates add lens profiles for the Sony A-mount SAM 28-75mm F2.8 and Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC HSM

Known Issues:

Images shot on Sony RX100 III at ISO 125 may appear too dark in ACR and Lightroom. This is a known issue that Adobe is working to correct in a future update.

 

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5 thoughts on “Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.5 + Camera RAW 8.5 for Sony a7S, a77II and RX100 III”

  1. Pingback: Field Test: Sony A7S for Still Photographers - Part 2

  2. I updated my LR to 5.7.1 and also converted my Sony A7ii files to DNG but when I try to import it into LR I have a msg pop up saying

    Import Results

    Some import operations were not performed.

    “could not copy a file to the requested location
    – items 1-100 (all the photos i wanted to upload)

    Have you seen this? I have searched everywhere online to help me convert my ARW and DNG files to LR but they do not work.

    Thanks !

    1. Hi Keith, that means you specified an incorrect path. Lightroom can’t find you images. I suggest leaving the files in the original location – only adding them to your Lightrrom Library. There are a couple bulletproof ways to do this. The easiest is to simply drag the folder on images onto the Lightroom App Icon in your dock.

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