Sorry Lightroom doesn't use the the camera raw plug in. It has built in it's own version of camera raw. Support for your camera will come in a dot upgrade to lightroom 4.
PS lust after that camera, but it's too much money for me.
i don´t want to open a new thread for it so i ask here.
has ACR the same issue as DPP that makes the 5D MK3 RAW files soft?
in this article they say ACR is not affected:
but i read on other forums that ACR is affected as well. i dont have my 5D MK3 yet so i can´t test myself.
The issue is not in the software.
The issue is that the Canon 5D Mk III, as the same as the 5D Mk II, can only produce 'soft' images.
If you want razor sharp images, you need to go back to the 5D classic.
Several abusive replies have been deleted from this discussion. Personal attacks on other users will not be tolerated.
Support for the 5D MklII is included in LR4.1, and how that works (including sharpening) is of course a perfectly-valid point of discussion. Whether the camera itself is sharp or not isn't anything to do with Adobe software, and everyone is entitled to their own opinions. I know people who think it's fine, and others who've taken their bodies apart to remove the OLPF. Both are convinced about what they see, and they'd argue about it all night.
If you put three photographers in a room you get four opinions on which camera to use, but let's keep things polite.
i think we will have to use an updated DNG converter to get the RAW files into LR4.
While the LR 4.1 RC does handle 5D3 images you can also get the dng converter 6.7 RC here: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/cameraraw6-7.html
I have tried both (along with the ACR beta for CS5) and they all seem to work well.