ACR 9.12.1 /Photoshop CS6

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Why can't you bring out Adobe Camera Raw 9.12.1 supporting the new Nikon D850 for Adobe Photoshop CS6. I am sure that there are many photographers still using CS6. I would be prepared to pay between 50 to 80€. I would like to stay with Adobe and not change to some other manufacturer, but as a retired person I cannot afford paying for a cloud version. I bought my upgrade to Photoshop CS6 just after surviving my cancer/radiation therapy/lots of chemo! I think that you would make many people very happy. Thanking you in anticipation Bernd Maass
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Bernd Maaß

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The free DNG converter from Adobe allows your older software to access newer camera files.  You can find out about it here:  
https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/digital-negative.html
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I try to import the video clips from D850 to CS6 by using the time line.  The CS6 refuses to open this file format, the DNG converter does not work for this as well. What should I do?
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At the rate at which D850s aren't shipping, Adobe has a while to consider and implement your proposal.  
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Bernd Maaß

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That would be very good and I hope for all the photographer's that are waiting for their ordered D850, the waiting does not take too long.
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You can use this plugin in photoshop cs6

http://www.thepluginsite.com/products/metaraw/index.htm
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Your original post ended with "Even though it's not free, it's sure cheaper that renting photoshop cc."  The base rental of $10/month (adjusted for inflation) seems comparable to Photoshop updates in the 1990s and 2000s, which I remember as $200 every couple of years.  But whenever I try this kind of argument on my wife, she destroys me with corrections to my memories.  So I surrender in advance to anyone who disagrees...