I apologize if this has been answered before but I just can't find it.
As way of background, at one time I was using Elements 3. Later on I installed CS and subsequently updated to CS2. My camera is a Nikon D70s.
Over time, I installed the updates for ACR and have been using version 3.6 pretty much since it was released. But whenever I would click on the Calibrate tab in bridge it would always show ACR 2.4. I never understood why that was so, but I essentially ignored it. Today I finally decided to update ACR to 3.7 and have removed the prior version to another folder. But when I open Bridge, the calibrate tab still shows ACR 2.4. A few minutes ago I shot a few new pictures and downloaded them to my machine on the chance that maybe the older files had retained prior data, but even with the new pictures, the Calibrate tab is still showing ACR 2.4. I know that the file I'm using is ACR 3.7 becasue it has all of the characterisitics of ACR 3.7, so why is the Calibrate tab still showing ACR 2.4?
This is now bugging the heck out of me and if anyone can help me get this resolved I would be most appreciative.
The Camera Calibrate panel is showing you the version of Camera Raw that support for your camera was first added––NOT the version of the currently installed Camera Raw.
According to the Camera Raw ReadMe.pdf files, support for the Nikon D70s didn't come until ACR 3.2. The D70 was supported as early as ACR 2.4 (or maybe even earlier), but not the D70s, so it seems that the Calibrate tab should at least be showing ACR 3.2, not ACR 2.4.
[Edit] I should further add that ACR 2.4 is intended for CS whereas it is the ACR 3.x numbering that was created for CS2, so it's making even less sense to me that the Calibrate tab for my CS2 software is showing ACR 2.4.