If you look at the list you'll see that the X-Pro 2 is supported by Lightroom 6.4 at a minimum. The camera came out way after Lightroom 5.7.1 was released. You can upgrade your lightroom but if you don't want to do that, you can get free support by downloading the free dng converter from Adobe (don't download it from anywhere else!) and convert your files to dng. Those can be read by LR 5.7.1 and retain the full benefits of editing raw.
> I can open files using Camera Raw with Photoshop.
Huh? Do you have a newer version of Photoshop? I think only the CC version of Photoshop/camera raw can read these files. If you have Creative Cloud, all you need to do is install Lightroom CC and that will read your files.
As Jao says, Lightroom CC should be available to you, but it's 64-bit only.
So if you have a 32-bit OS, LR CC will not even show up in the CC desktop app.
Thanks everyone for your prompt responses! I'm using the Adobe
Lightroom/Photoshop CC monthly plan. I believe the issue was that if I went
to help -> check for updates in the Lightroom application. I received the
response "Your software is up to date. No updates are available at this
time." I didn't realize that you need to check for updates / install from
the Adobe tool bar app, independent of Lightroom.
Once I clicked the Adobe creative cloud app, I was able to run updates to
both Lightroom and Photoshop. Interesting that my version number in
Lightroom is still 5.7.1, but it is downloading the Fuji Xpro2 .RAF files
as I type this!
On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 5:09 AM, Per Berntsen <email@example.com>
I spoke too soon - even though the app. now showed a preview of the .RAF
files, it did not import them successfully into Lightroom.
I must need to upgrade to 6. but don't know how to do this on the Lightroom
CC subscription. Thoughts?
@Per Bernsten - I think you nailed the issue. The update isn't even showing up in the CC desktop app. My computer thinks i'm running the latest version of Lightroom with 5.7.1 installed, even though my Mac is running 64bit OS (core i7 processor, 2014 Macbook pro).
What should I do to confirm the bit version of Lightroom and then upgrade to the latest?
Lightroom CC is a separate install, not an update to 5.7.1, so it should be listed separately in the desktop app, not as an update under 5.7.1.
If it isn't showing, try signing out of the desktop app, then sign in again. (click the cog wheel icon and choose preferences)
Ok, i've signed-out/signed-in to both the Adobe desktop app, and Lightroom
CC, and still stuck on 5.7.1. Any other ways to force an upgrade to
Lightroom 6? I've confirmed i'm on the latest OS El Captian, running 64
On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 8:19 AM, Per Berntsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
RESOLVED! I was able to pretend to be a new user, and re-download
Lightroom, and now I have the latest Lightroom CC.
Thank you for your help!