I'm looking forward
Disponible = Available?
It looks like Lightroom 4 has just been released, so I guess that Camera Raw 6.7 could be out any day now. It's been nearly 3 months since the last update. No one from Adobe will tell you, although we often get a Release Candidate to play with beforehand (not so far this time).
And what is reason for add support in 6.7 version to Canon EOS 5D Mk III, Nikon D4, Nikon D800, Canon EOS 1D X
and not add to Olympus E-M5 presented before any of these?
If i need wait other 3 month for new version 3.8 to support E-M5 RAW i will use other software forever.
A guess would be some sort of prioritization, based on difficulty and number of users affected, where easy cameras with lots of users are done, first, and difficult cameras with less perceived users languish.
Your best answer came from MadManChan2000, an Adobe engineer, who said he cannot comment, directly, but perhaps in the next dot release, which means Adobe hasn’t decided not to do it, at least, but otherwise cannot say publically. Occasionally Eric has said, “Yes, in the next release” so his more tentative answer suggests support for the camera has not been finalized, yet, and there are only a finite number of resources working on things, and they have higher-priority tasks.
What the next dot-release means is still also uncertain, and could mean 6.7 final or 7.1 for CS6, assuming ACR 7.0 will only support the cameras LR4.0 does.
How possible this image is RAW converted to JPEG in CS5, see EXIF data
this means that there 6.7RC2 disponible with E-M5 support?
That's precisely what a "non disclosure agreement" imposes.
Please understand I'm not a beta tester at this time, and I'm not holding anything back from you. But if others are, they're doing what they're supposed to be doing.