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    LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?

    jeffreym95

      will LR be able to read the 5D Mark iv's camera raw file format? at least when it's putting out regular raw files.  I know that an update to LR was necessary for reading the 80D file format

        • 1. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
          John Waller Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          will LR be able to read the 5D Mark iv's camera raw file format?

          Soon after the camera is released, yes.

           

          We'll have to wait for Adobe to issue an update.

           

          A software update (Camera Raw, DNG converter and Lightroom) is required for every new camera model that comes onto the market. Adobe batches the updates then releases a software update including a few new camera models periodically. We never know which ones will be included in any given update but I assume the Mark IV will be a definite inclusion in the next one given the popularity of the Canon 5D cameras (I have a Mark III).

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          • 2. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
            Cattleya007

            Update and working  for LR6 and CC Version?

            • 3. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
              JimHess Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              Yes, the update will be for Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC only. There will be no updates for previous versions. However, the DNG converter will be updated to support camera.

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              • 4. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                John Waller wrote:

                A software update (Camera Raw, DNG converter and Lightroom) is required for every new camera model that comes onto the market.     

                Such a shame, waste of time and unnecessary. If only the camera manufacturers didn't insist on making tiny changes to each new camera's raw format (which is based on TIFF/EP), just produced the raw like they handle the JPEG (which takes no updating), we'd have camera support before a new camera was released. And this burden on customers and Adobe extends to all 3rd party raw converters. Get the new camera (or a supplied raw), update the tiny changes, test it, build new installers, etc. Again, a waste of time, money and resources for zero reason. Or if the damn cameras just had a 3rd option besides proprietary raw and JPEG: DNG. Big engineering? No. Political meandering by the big camera companies? Yes.

                • 5. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                  Cattleya007 Level 1

                  DNG converter only ?

                  RAW for 5d IV in CC AND LR6 ?

                  • 6. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                    JimHess Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                    You can use the DNG converter. Or, you can use the software that comes with the camera to work on the raw images and create TIF images that you can then load into Lightroom. Older versions of Lightroom and Photoshop will not be updated to support that new camera. If it meets your needs, you might consider using Photoshop Elements. The other alternative would be for you to upgrade to Lightroom 6 or Lightroom CC.

                    • 7. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                      thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                      Cattleya007 wrote:

                       

                      DNG converter only ?

                      RAW for 5d IV in CC AND LR6 ?

                      ONLY when it's updated to understand the new proprietary raw. And by that time, the work by Adobe has been done, LR/ACR will have 'native' support soon after.

                      • 8. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                        99jon Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                        The Camera is not released until September so I guess there will be a short wait. I doubt LR will support dual-pixel raw so Cannon DPP will be necessary to make the micro adjustments for post processing focus.

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                        • 9. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                          John Waller Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                          I suspect Adobe would agree with every point you make.

                           

                          In part, that's why they launched DNG in 2004. They saw all this update nonsense coming if proprietary Raw remained the norm.

                           

                          I'm still trying to understand the motives of camera manufacturers who continually neglect to offer shooting to DNG in camera. They're just confusing newbies and inconveniencing everyone else. Do proprietary Raw formats conceal trade secrets or protect IP in some way that DNG cannot?

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                          • 10. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                            thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                            John Waller wrote:

                            I'm still trying to understand the motives of camera manufacturers who continually neglect to offer shooting to DNG in camera.

                            Political, not invented here, created by the evil Adobe, etc, etc. It's not to benefit their customers.

                            • 11. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                              ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                              A camera manufacturer supporting DNGs means they support DNG profiles.   

                               

                              DNG Profiles do not work well in extreme artistic lighting situations such as stage lighting.  How many times have we seen people come back from a show and post side-by-side examples on the forums asking why the colors are so oversaturated and devoid of any detail on the performer's hands and clothing in Adobe software while the camera JPGs look ok?

                               

                              A camera manufacturer who knows what they're doing--Canon, Nikon, others, has not use for DNG Profiles, so why should they support native raws as well as DNGs just to make Adobe's life easier even if the color-rendering from DNGs is inferior to that from native raws and their proprietary software.

                               

                              My Samsung Galaxy S6 phone does produce DNGs for the advanced shooting mode as the phone's raw format, but those DNGs look nothing like the phone's JPGs.  It makes sense for a phone that doesn't normally produce raw files to have DNGs as a secondary,  advanced-user format, but it doesn't make sense for a mainstream camera manufacturer to use DNGs if it can produce it's own raw processing software.

                              • 12. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                ssprengel wrote:

                                 

                                A camera manufacturer supporting DNGs means they support DNG profiles.

                                Really? What camera manufactures raw converter supports DNG profiles?

                                There were (still are?) camera manufacturers that supported DNG, the file format for their raw data.

                                And any camera manufacturer can do so; it is openly documented, like the JPEG they have zero issue writing with every new camera.

                                 

                                I don't think this issue has anything to do with DNG camera profiles. That's an attribute of the raw converter. And I can use them in LR or ACR on proprietary raw so I'm confused by your comments.

                                • 13. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                  ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                  The argument is that camera manufacturers should produce DNGs with already-embedded DNG Profiles so Adobe can support the raws from day one and we don't have to wait for an Adobe release cycle to finish to get raw support for a new camera, right?

                                   

                                  But if the camera manufacturer has created better color-rendering that is not supported by DNG Profiles, then they also need to create native raws that have hints about that different color rendering.

                                   

                                  Why should the camera manufacturer do double work just to make life easier for Adobe users?

                                   

                                  Camera manufacturers that produce DNGs typically don't have good software or don't have any software and are expecting their users to use Adobe software for a reasonable raw conversion experience.

                                   

                                  My S6 phone doesn't have any raw processing software.  Leica cameras come bundled with Lightroom.  Some camera backs produce DNGs that aren't even compatible with Adobe software so are basically using the DNG specification to keep from having to design their own "raw format" but aren't sophisticated enough to actually make things work with outside software.

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                                  • 14. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                    John Waller Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                    ssprengel wrote:

                                     

                                    so why should they support native raws as well as DNGs just to make Adobe's life easier

                                    It's about making the end consumer's life easier, not Adobe's.

                                     

                                    Newbies don't know or care about Raw file formats - nor should they have to - but they're always mystified why they cannot buy a new camera and open their own Raw files in their older version of Photoshop or Lightroom. They're forced to upgrade or convert to DNG. Why should any of that even be an issue they have to deal with?

                                     

                                    The music industry solved this with standards such as MIDI. I cannot see why the photography industry can't do the same.

                                    • 15. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                      thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                      ssprengel wrote:

                                       

                                      The argument is that camera manufacturers should produce DNGs with already-embedded DNG Profiles so Adobe can support the raws from day one and we don't have to wait for an Adobe release cycle to finish to get raw support for a new camera, right?

                                      Not at all. This has absolutely nothing to do with DNG camera profiles. It has everything to do with creating an in-camera raw file in an openly documented format that can be accessible the day a camera ships. JUST like the JPEG!

                                       

                                      As John writes above, it is about the consumer, customer. Not Adobe. Or any of the 3rd party software vendors who create raw converters. It's OUR data. We should have access to it fully, the day a camera ships. JUST like the JPEG.

                                      • 16. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                        ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                        A DNG is worthless without a DNG Profile, right?

                                        • 17. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                          johnrellis Most Valuable Participant
                                          I doubt LR will support dual-pixel raw

                                          See this article: Attention, photo buffs: Adobe will capture the power of Canon's new photo format - CNET

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                                          • 18. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                            ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                            "We're working on it," Adobe spokesman Roman Skuratovskiy said Thursday. He declined to say when Adobe would add the update to Lightroom and its cousin, Photoshop, though.

                                             

                                            is all that Adobe has said.  Since Adobe products do not yet support the 5D IV files, then that initial raw support could easily be all he’s talking about, not some special dual-pixel functionality.  Nothing else in the UI is specific to a few cameras, other than camera profiles, so I doubt Adobe has changed their design philosophy with Canon’s first dual-pixel camera.

                                            • 19. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                              thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                              A DNG is worthless without a DNG Profile, right?

                                               

                                              A DNG does not require a DNG profile so wrong! DNG is just a container for, in this case, raw data that is now no longer proprietary.

                                              • 20. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                                Do read this as well, something the Adobe team may wish to work towards:

                                                http://www.rawdigger.com/howtouse/Canon-dual-pixel-technology

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                                                • 21. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                  Abambo Adobe Community Professional

                                                  thedigitaldog wrote:

                                                  ONLY when it's updated to understand the new proprietary raw. And by that time, the work by Adobe has been done, LR/ACR will have 'native' support soon after.

                                                  As I understood, you will be able to shoot in 2 RAW formats: Classic and Dual Pixel. Classic should be an easy task, but the dual pixel raw format will be hard, as there are a lot more information, that need to get connected and were not used as this on other cameras.

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                                                  • 22. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                    Abambo Adobe Community Professional

                                                    thedigitaldog wrote:

                                                     

                                                    John Waller wrote:

                                                    A software update (Camera Raw, DNG converter and Lightroom) is required for every new camera model that comes onto the market.

                                                    Such a shame, waste of time and unnecessary. If only the camera manufacturers didn't insist on making tiny changes to each new camera's raw format

                                                    But this gives Adobe a nice excuse to sell new software respectively to sell their subscription model.

                                                     

                                                    Raw formats do not change that radically from camera model to camera model. And most of the changes are not considered by LR.

                                                    DUalpixel however is a huge change and that one will ask a lot of effort for LR. I do not expect this to get support that soon.

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                                                    • 23. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                      Abambo Adobe Community Professional

                                                      Standard Adobe reply. They will support the camera soon. I'm sceptical however to find the dual pixel support soon in Adobe products.

                                                      • 24. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                        Abambo Adobe Community Professional

                                                        The link confirms what I thought. The raw file formats are not that different from each camera. Even the dual pixel raw file format is an "easy" go. The only problem with this are all the new opportunities you get and how they get supported by a program like LR.

                                                        • 25. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                          JimHess Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                          The following article seems to contradict your suspicions or expectations from Adobe:

                                                          Attention, photo buffs: Adobe will capture the power of Canon's new photo format - CNET

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                                                          • 26. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                            johnrellis Most Valuable Participant
                                                            Since Adobe products do not yet support the 5D IV files, then that initial raw support could easily be all he’s talking about, not some special dual-pixel functionality.  Nothing else in the UI is specific to a few cameras, other than camera profiles, so I doubt Adobe has changed their design philosophy with Canon’s first dual-pixel camera.

                                                            It's clear from the context of the Cnet article that the Adobe spokesman is referring specifically to dual-pixel support.  Official Adobe rep Rikk Flohr referred to that article in response to another user's question about support: Lightroom/Camera Raw: Canon Dual Pixel RAW Support | Photoshop Family Customer Community. Of course, the spokesman is suitably vague about when/if such support might ever be released.  I think we all agree that it's quite possible, perhaps likely, that LR/ACR may initially provide standard raw support for the camera, to be followed later by dual-pixel support.

                                                            • 27. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                              thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                                              Feierwoon wrote:

                                                              But this gives Adobe a nice excuse to sell new software respectively to sell their subscription model.

                                                              That makes zero sense. Adobe provides a FREE DNG converter so their customers of their older software versions can support the new raw data! If what you stated was correct (it isn't), Adobe could force all customers to pay for updates and upgrades for every new camera raw format.

                                                               

                                                              The bad guy isn't Adobe. Nor all the 3rd party software manufactures who must spend time and money updating their software only for new raw formats. The bad guys are the camera manufacturers.

                                                              • 28. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                                But a DNG without a DNG Profile is worthless for Adobe software so why would a camera manufacturer create a DNG to be helpful to Adobe users but have that DNG also be worthless for Adobe users because of the lack of embedded profile.  Until someone creates a DNG Profile and either packages it with the DNG, itself, or ships that profile with Adobe software the DNG is worthless, right? 

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                                                                • 29. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                  ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                                  The only thing is clear that CNET wants us to think Adobe is supporting dual-pixel in some special way.  Without knowing the wording of the question that Adobe is replying to with "we're working on it" to understand what "it" is I wouldn't get your hopes up.  There's yet to be a camera-specific UI change in ACR or LR.

                                                                   

                                                                  It's possible "we're working on it" is referring to LR 7 or LR CC 20xx, whatever any next major version might be.  Has Canon even disclosed to Adobe what they're doing with the dual-pixel information to do the corrections?  At least it's Canon which offers DPP for free, not Nikon that wants to make money on their raw processing software and keeps things more secret.

                                                                   

                                                                  It would be nice for someone from Adobe to official comment on the CNET article to clarity what "it" means that they're working on.

                                                                  • 30. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                    thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                                                    ssprengel wrote:

                                                                     

                                                                    But a DNG without a DNG Profile is worthless for Adobe software so why would a camera manufacturer create a DNG to be helpful to Adobe users but have that DNG also be worthless for Adobe users because of the lack of embedded profile. Until someone creates a DNG Profile and either packages it with the DNG, itself, or ships that profile with Adobe software the DNG is worthless, right?

                                                                    WRONG.

                                                                    Again, there's no requirement that a DNG be matted to a DNG camera profile per se. I have several raw converters that work with a DNG and can use a DNG profile or an ICC profile; doesn't matter a lick. When I convert my proprietary raws to DNG, there's no profile. It's a DNG with the data inside.

                                                                     

                                                                    DNG as a format predates DNG camera profiles.

                                                                    1.0.0.0, published September, 2004
                                                                    1.2.0.0, published May 2008 (profiles introduced).
                                                                    It introduced many new features, especially several new options for color specification under the general heading of "Camera Profiles".
                                                                    See: A brief history of DNG

                                                                     

                                                                    There ARE cameras that produce a DNG natively:

                                                                     

                                                                    Casio supports DNG in their Exilim PRO EX-F1 and Exilim EX-FH25.

                                                                    DxO supports DNG in their DxO ONE camera (introduced 2015).

                                                                    Leica's Digital Modul R for the Leica R8 or Leica R9 and the Leica M8 or Leica M9 natively support the DNG format.

                                                                    MegaVision E Series Monochrome back.

                                                                    High-end Nokia (now Microsoft) Lumia smartphones like Nokia Lumia Icon, 930, 950, 1020 and 1520, were the first smartphone cameras to support DNG files.

                                                                    Panoscan MK-3 digital panoramic camera.

                                                                    Pentax supports DNG in their 645D, K10D, K20D, K200D, K2000, K-7, K-x, K-r, K-5, K-30, K-5II(s), K-50, K-500, K-3 and K-3II DSLR cameras; alongside the K-01, Q, Q10 and Q7 mirrorless cameras.

                                                                    Ricoh supports DNG in the Ricoh Digital GR, considered a professional compact, and the Ricoh Caplio GX.

                                                                    Ricoh GXR mirrorless interchangeable lens camera unit use also DNG.[51]

                                                                    Samsung supports DNG in their Pro815 "prosumer" camera and GX-10 and GX-20 DSLR cameras. Samsungs high-end smartphones like the Galaxy S6 also uses DNG.

                                                                    Sea&Sea DX‐1G underwater camera.

                                                                    Seitz Roundshot D3 digital back, used in cameras such as the 6×17.[52]

                                                                    Silicon Imaging Silicon Imaging Digital Cinema SI-1920HDVR.

                                                                    Sinar now uses DNG as the raw file standard for their eMotion series of digital backs.

                                                                     

                                                                    See: Cameras that write DNG

                                                                    • 31. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                      ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                                      So the RawDigger article shows the second subframe is roughly half the values of the first.  To me that suggests the first subframe is the sum of the two halves of each dual pixel and can be used by any raw converter the way a normal non-dual-pixel value would be used, but then the second subframe is just one of the halves of the dual-pixel, so more sophisticated software can do math on the pixels of each subframe and reconstruct the both dual pixel halves with one half being the values of the second subframe and the second half being the difference of the second subframe subtracted from the first subframe.

                                                                       

                                                                      At this point I'd guess that Adobe will ignore the second subframe, but may be researching doing something more sophisticated for later if at all.

                                                                      • 32. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                        thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                                                        ssprengel wrote:

                                                                        At this point I'd guess that Adobe will ignore the second subframe, but may be researching doing something more sophisticated for later if at all.

                                                                        Might I suggest you stop guessing...

                                                                        • 33. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                          ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                                          For Adobe to work with a new camera model's raw file, they have to be able to find the array of pixels from the sensor stored in whatever way it is, in stripes of certain sizes, channels separate or interleaved, etc, and the WB data, and nowadays the lens distortion data.

                                                                           

                                                                          The DNG format helps Adobe find the pixel, WB and lens data.  The DNG Profile helps interpret the pixel values into the demosaicked RGB data.

                                                                           

                                                                          A camera manufacturer could indeed write their raw data into a DNG envelope to make the raw sensor array, WB, and lens distortion data easier to find, but it would also be necessary for the DNG profile to be embedded in the DNG before zero-day support would be realized.

                                                                           

                                                                          My point has been unless the camera manufacturers do both, why should they be doing one of them (write their raw data in a DNG envelope), since both (the envelope and the profile) would be necessary for zero-day support in Adobe products.

                                                                          • 34. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                            thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                                                            ssprengel wrote:

                                                                             

                                                                            The DNG Profile helps interpret the pixel values into the demosaicked RGB data. zero-day support in Adobe products.

                                                                            It may help, it's not mandatory. Again, the DNG format predates DNG profiles BY YEARS.

                                                                            A camera manufacturer could indeed write their raw data into a DNG envelope to make the raw sensor array, WB, and lens distortion data easier to find, but it would also be necessary for the DNG profile to be embedded in the DNG before zero-day support would be realized.    

                                                                            Could and have!

                                                                            Proprietary raw doesn't do anyone but the manufacturers good! Whatever really is proprietary isn't part of DNG (that's why it's called proprietary). What is proprietary can be stored in private tags. The slight difference in format from camera to camera release is always 'hacked' by Adobe and every raw converter days, weeks or maybe months after a camera is released. Always! Those are the historical facts. That cost money and we end users have to wait. So explain to us HOW the proprietary raw we get every new release is good for anyone but the manufactures for a very short time.

                                                                            • 35. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                              ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                                              Consider my conservative guesses a challenge to Adobe to break precedent and support camera-specific technology.  Hopefully you know more and can't say.

                                                                              • 36. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                                thedigitaldog MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                                                                                ssprengel wrote:

                                                                                 

                                                                                Consider my conservative guesses a challenge to Adobe to break precedent and support camera-specific technology. Hopefully you know more and can't say.

                                                                                Yes, it's why I don't publicly make such guesses. You should consider the same concept.

                                                                                Do you really think the engineers at Adobe are paying attention to your challenge?

                                                                                Can we get back on topic or is this thread ready to be locked down?

                                                                                • 37. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                                  Abambo Adobe Community Professional

                                                                                  The free DNG converter is a nice thing and for sure helps a lot. But it converts, and that means alters the data. And it is difficult to find out what info. I used the DNG converter for a while for some of our cameras before switching to CC which obviously solves the problem quite elegantly. (And to get it right: I am quite a fan of the subscription model, because it helps us to effectively save money, and I'm using the Photographer's plan for my own projects at home)

                                                                                   

                                                                                  I was thinking a lot on how to handle the RAW/DNG issue, and I decided that we will ditch the proprietary RAW file format during that period, just to avoid double storage issues. Storage is a cost factor in the corporate server world!

                                                                                   

                                                                                  But I know by experience, that the changes between generations of the same base model are not that big. They concern mostly resolution and some internal tweaking. I was able to read raw files of just released new cameras using open software. And the specific camera was not yet on the supported camera list.

                                                                                   

                                                                                  It's a similar situation like saying Adobe Photoshop CS5 is not supported on Windows 10. It may not be supported, but it runs. It's the user taking the risk and testing. For some users, that's OK.

                                                                                   

                                                                                  Adobe's approach is to block new cameras until they have done the necessary due diligence in adapting and testing their software. I understand that approach, but on the other hand it would be nice to let the user decide...

                                                                                   

                                                                                  Now for the camera manufacturer I would not like them to stop progress. If they develop a new method to represent the data, like on the 5dMIV, I think they should be welcome to do that. I can decide to buy that camera or not based on my personal needs. If Adobe does not yeat support the new feature, I need to decide if that feature is that important for me.

                                                                                   

                                                                                  In conclusion: there are no bad guys here!

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                                                                                  • 38. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                                    Abambo Adobe Community Professional

                                                                                    Let's see what DPP does with the second subframe... .

                                                                                    • 39. Re: LR compatibility with Canon 5D Mark iv raw file format?
                                                                                      99jon Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                                                                                      Yes I agree. I’m sure the 30mb CR2 files from the 5dmkIV will be supported in the next camera raw update. The 60mb dual pixel raw files will probably need to wait for a future update. But it would be great if LR could implement the micro adjustments as using Canon DPP is not a great workflow.

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