Adobe has released 'Release Candidates' of its Camera RAW 6.3 and Lightroom 3.3 raw processing software. The updates, available from the company's Adobe Labs site, bring support for 8 additional cameras including the Nikon D7000, D3100 and P7000. Canon's G12 and S95 enthusiast compacts are also supported, along with Samsung's NX100 and TL350 (WB2000). Panasonic's GH2 completes the octet. The company uses the term 'Release Candidate' to denote software that is well tested but not yet the final version.
I wonder what has happened to Sony's A560 and 580. They were not in PS ARW 6.2 and LR 3.2. Fallen off Adobe's radar? Should have been included in 6.2/3.2 as basically the sensors are the same as SLT33/55. I was going to buy a "VAT free" A580 and no decent RAW converter with CA removal as well? As I understand it the latest issue of IDC is still without CA removal. What a state of affairs.