Adobe has released new updates for its Camera Raw software with support for some of the recently announced cameras and smartphones, as well as added new features to Lightroom Classic.

Among the new cameras and devices now supported by Camera Raw and Lightroom Classic are the new range of iPhones, GoPro Hero7 Black, Nikon Z6, Nikon D3500, Nikon P1000, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Google Pixel 3 and XL, plus Leica’s recent cameras and a number of new compacts and other smartphones.

Click here to see a full list of the newly supported cameras, as well as all of the cameras supported by Camera Raw.

Meanwhile, Adobe has released Lightroom Classic CC 8.1, which now lets users customise the order of the Develop module panels to suit your workflow. You can do this now by right-clicking on the panel header, selecting the Customize option and drag the panel names where you want them.

Other additions include duplicate preset handling, photo merge enhancements, the option to add photos from a watched folder to a Collection with Auto Import, and the ability to align photos in a Book layout with Grid Snap guides.

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Adobe has released new updates for its Camera Raw software with support for some of the recently announced cameras and smartphones, as well as added new features to Lightroom Classic.
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