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Adobe has issued a 'release candidate' version of Lightroom 4.3 and Adobe Camera Raw 7.3, including support for 13 additional cameras. The Mac version of Lightroom features a Develop module that supports Apple's HiDPI mode that makes the interface easier to read on the 'Retina' panels used on recent Macs. The latest versions are available for download from the Adobe Labs website and, as the 'release candidate' tag denotes, are well tested but could benefit from some user feedback before finalized.
Adobe today announced the availability of Lightroom 4.3 and Camera Raw 7.3 release candidates on Adobe Labs. The Lightroom 4.3 Release Candidate includes support for HiDPI displays within the Develop Module, and both updates add raw file support for the following cameras:
* Denotes Full support. Preliminary support for this camera was available in Lightroom 4.2 and Camera Raw 7.2.
Adobe encourages community feedback to ensure the highest quality experience for customers working on diverse hardware and software configurations. Special thanks to all those who provided feedback via the community powered feedback site: feedback.photoshop.com.
Lightroom is the essential digital photography workflow solution, helping serious amateur and professional photographers quickly import, manage, enhance and showcase all their images within one application. The Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in provides fast and easy access to raw image formats produced by many leading digital cameras.
Pricing and Availability
The Lightroom 4.3 release candidate is available as a free download for Lightroom 4 customers, and the Photoshop Camera Raw 7.3 release candidate is available for Photoshop CS6 customers. Both are available for Mac and Windows at http://labs.adobe.com/.
For additional information, please visit the Adobe Lightroom blog: http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/. Customers may also connect with the Lightroom team directly on Facebook (www.facebook.com/lightroom) or via Twitter (www.twitter.com/lightroom).