EMPLOYEEI’m happyFor a complete overview on camera support in Photoshop and Lightroom, visit the following article:
Why doesn't my version of Photoshop or Lightroom support my camera?
In general, make sure your version of Photoshop or Lightroom is up-to-date for the latest camera support.
If you own an older version of Photoshop (CS2, CS3 or CS4) or Lightroom (1 or 2), Adobe provides backwards compatibility for the latest cameras through the FREE Adobe DNG Converter.
CHAMP3New camera support added today in LR 4.1 RC2 : http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjourn...
Fuji X Pro-1 owners, there is information for you on the upcoming availability of your camera's support.
Keep in mind the frustration here should not be directed at Adobe but at the manufacture of your camera forces, demands a proprietary raw format that Adobe has to hack to support. IF the manufacturer would simply provide a switch to save off a DNG (as they do when you want another open file format, a JEPG), you’d have support the day the camera is released. But the manufacturers by and large don’t do this. They make you wait for Adobe to get their hands on the camera system (which they have to pay for) and figure out how to convert that data in their converter. This is true for ALL other 3rd party converters too, not just Adobe. The bad guys here are the manufacturers! DNG is an openly documented format and free to use, just like your JPEG. They could save off a DNG, a proprietary raw and/or a JPEG if they wanted to with nearly no costs to them. If more end users directed their frustration at the manufacturers instead of Adobe, maybe, maybe they would do this.