Finally, Adobe has released final versions of Lightroom 3.6 update, which includes these enhancements:
- Additional camera support for over 20 new camera models, including Canon Powershot S100, Fuji FinePix X10, Leica V-LUX 3, Nikon 1 V1, Nikon 1 J1, Panasonic DMC-GX1, Ricoh GR Digital IV, Samsung NX5, Samsung NX200, Sony NEX-7
- Corrections for issues introduced in previous versions of Lightroom 3
More information and download link HERE.
Lightroom 3.6 Bugs – Fixed
- Rapid advancement through the grid can make the preview processor die
- Lightroom does not write to the correct metadata fields after editing capture time
- Lightroom crashes when saving keyword to file
- Certain JPG files appear to unsupported or damaged upon import into Lightroom
- Publish to HD fails in LR 3.5 for publish collections created in 3.3 or earlier
- Entering a custom aspect ratio in Quick Develop leaves the Crop Ratio menu black
- Default scrolling behavior on OSX 10.7 makes non-scrolling mousewheel actions work backwards (Mac only)
- Incorrect aspect ratio displayed in menu when crop is copy/pasted or applied via Previous button in the Develop module (Mac only)
- Copy/Pasted Crop Aspect Ratio lost on edit
- Copy/Pasted/Previous crop loses aspect ratio lock when adjusted in the Develop module
- Tethering doesn’t work with the Nikon D3x
- Error thrown when exporting video from slideshow and Lightroom is running as a 32-bit application
- Crash using local adjustment brush with automask on with an attached image
- Burning exported images to disc i s not available for the Lightroom 64-bit Windows application.
- Lightroom performance can be impacted when the Window’s Recycle Bin contains thousands of files
- Lightroom may not automatically launch an import dialog when a memory card is attached to a Windows Vista computer. Select the Import button in the Library and select the attached card reader to begin the import.
- Printing watermarked output on a Japanese language 64-bit system can cause Lightroom to crash.
Supported file formats:
- TIFF (8 bit, 16 bit)
- PSD (8 bit, 16 bit)
- Raw (visit http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/cameraraw.html for a full list of raw file support)
- Common DSLR video formats