Generally speaking, updates to Lightroom are made available about four times each year. Things seem to be a bit different now because Adobe is still working on the release candidate for Lightroom 4.1. That might delay things a little bit. You might keep your eye on the DNG converter. I am not keeping track of Fuji cameras, so I don't know what is supported right now. But there might be a DNG converter that will convert your raw files before support is available in Lightroom.
Thank you for your help. If possible, it would be very kind, if you could pass the information to the folks involved with that development that more and more users would appreciate a quick solution for the X Pro1.
You want me to pass that information on to Adobe? I'm just a user just like you. Adobe is aware of the new cameras that are introduced, and they provide support as quickly as possible. I personally doubt it would do any good for me or anyone else to try to prod them along. Everyone who purchases a new camera that isn't supported expects/demands that support be provided " as soon as possible". You just have to wait your turn. Your new camera hasn't been forgotten. It just takes time to provide the support, and it will be provided as soon as possible.
http://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/why_doesnt_my_ve rsion_of_photoshop_or_lightroom_support_my_camera-17cz5b See Eric Chan's response of 11 days ago...
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