Adobe Lightroom 5.3 candidate supports hot new cameras

Fujifilm's X-E2, a high-end camera with interchangeable lenses, is among those supported by Adobe's new image editing and cataloging software.

(Credit: Fujifilm)

Adobe released a test version of Lightroom 5.3, giving the photo editing and cataloging software support for the season’s hot new cameras like the compact Canon PowerShot S120, the high-end mirrorless Fujifilm X-E2, the full-frame Nikon D610 SLR, Panasonic GM1, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 and Sony A7R.

In addition, Adobe said it’s squashed a number of bugs, including one that has been driving me batty where exporting photos to Flickr would hijack Lightroom so you could see only images in the Flickr publish collection unless you restarted the software. Adobe said it’s fixed, and my quick check confirmed it.

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