Thanks for the informative replies!
It looks like I will need LR 6.5 to process raw files generated by my Panasonic LUMIX DMC-ZS100. That, or Camera Raw plug-in version 9.5.
I am holding off on subscriptions as long as I can so I guess I will convert to DNG for now.
I purchased a new camera and need to upgrade from standalone LR 5.7.1 to LR6.5.
Can I do this in one step or is there an intermediate step required?
FYI - I am still running Mac OS 10.7.5 so I can continue to use Photoshop CS4.
I normally import by uploading to my hard drive (a folder with a title). Then I import to LR. After importing to LR there are 2 copies per image on my hard drive. One in the titled folder and another in a dated folder. I am checking ADD when I import.
Thanks for your replies!
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