Why would you want to edit an image on the cameras small LED screen?
LR is not available on cell phones. LR Mobile is. Two different programs. Does your Canon camera run iOS and Android as it's operating system?
Does the camera have the ability to Run add on programs? I don't think so
The memory required and the CPU needs for such an operation would be greatly prohibitive. None of the camera makers are going to put that level of hardware into the already full space of DSLRs.
Plus, as Bond points out, trying to edit a photo on the LCD of a camera would suck.
Robert Hyman wrote:
Many photographers in Chicago that shoot with Canon high-end cameras would like to have the ability of light room in their camera to edit photos before they go to their computer.
Given the replies posted here so far, can you advise the workflow you envisage for editing multi-million pixel RAW or even JPG photos on the tiny LCD screen on the back of the camera, presumably in the field, using Lightroom Mobile?
Seems like even the buttons for the tools in the app itself would be too tiny to be practical. Or would you use the existing buttons and dials on the camera to operate the tools in the app?
Why not shoot tethered (or import from card) and edit in full Lightroom on a laptop in the field?