What is the image dimension limit in Photoshop?

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I don't understand why my photos are limited to 8192x. Still.

My D810's photos come out of the camera at 7360x4912.

The new Sony A7RII is 7952x5304 straight out of the camera.

Have you looked at what the new Canon is?

8600x5900.

This means your software is already behind the curve and it's only going to get worse.

Let's not even talk about the fact that Lightroom now allows us to combine our full size DNGs into panoramas, thereby creating significantly larger files.

Why then am I being limited within Photoshop?
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Photoshop's current document size limit is 300,000 x 300,000 pixels.
And ACR/Lightroom already handle Canon 5Ds images just fine.
So I'm not sure what limit you are referring to.
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Save for Web has a limitation on it. I'll edit my details to reflect this accordingly.