Lightroom Mobile: My camera (DSLR) has a display, but no LR, why?

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My computer has a display and LR. My smartphone has a display and LR. My camera (DSLR) has a display, but no LR, why not? That would be very useful.
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Alexander Doppernas

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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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Because your camera does not have an operating system that can run third party applications. There is nothing Adobe can do about that.
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Antoine Hlmn

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Indeed. You don't go very far with a sceen only :p And not speaking about the processing power needed to run LR. A camera is a highly optimised system but has no "open" OS (excepted for som Andoid cameras).
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Yes, and as most DSLR cameras don't have a touch screen, you would have a very difficult time doing anything useful with “Lightroom for DSLR”.