Adobe adds RAW support for the new E-M10.

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Adobe issued the new Camera Raw 8.4 release candidate which adds RAW support for the Olympus E-M10. Here are the download links:
Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 8.4 for CC (Click here).
Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 8.4 for CS6 Release Candidate (Click here).

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  • jimspc

    Nice to see.
    I bet ACDSee does not add it to pro7 very quickly and they NEVER NEVER add a new RAW to a superseded program. Do you ACDSee? Even though it is normal to continue support for the immediate past program in many cultures and application types. It is becoming even more important with FUJI setting precedent with updates for their older cameras. The industry is beginning to be real.
    Get your act together ACDSee. Yes, and if you offer 70% off ALL programs that SHOULD include updates. Are they not part of the ALL. Get your act together ACDSee.

  • DouglasGottlieb

    That was fast! But I wish more manufacturers would get away from their own RAW implementations and just use DNG.

    • MJr

      DNG doesn’t magically make all sensors and cameras the same, that’s not how it works. File format isn’t the problem, it’s just a container. It’s the data inside that keeps growing and changing.

  • HortonsEgg

    No support for Lightroom yet? Drat!

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