Photoshop and Lightroom fido not share any code with PrPro. Writing this would require a completely new bit of code. And I'll note, there are many other heavily used cameras whose specialized files are not handled well or at all in PrPro.
Every update, they do add cameras/file-types. And they have ongoing work to expand support for Arri, Red, and Sony's pro cameras in progress let alone all the new drone and other rigs out there.
So, go where Ann suggested. Post a request on the Adobe UserVoice system that is linked to the top of the Overview page of this forum.
But understand you're asking for a *still* image format to be added ... while the emphasis here will be on needed video formats.
So I would expect that prepping those image elsewhere for importing into PrPro may be required for quite some time.
Actually I don't know of a RAW stills image that PrPro accepts. Could be wrong of course but the best practices advice has always been import jpeg, tiff, or png files at between 2 and 3 times the pixel dimensions of the sequence they'll be used on.
Larger images add a ton of overhead to the computer workload without any editing benefits.
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I don't think PP can import any RAW still image files, only RAW video formats.