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Raw Converter for D500-Z50

James Pattison

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Joined
Dec 14, 2017
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Lightroom Experience
Beginner
Lightroom Version
5.x
Lightroom Version
LR 5.7.1
Operating System
Windows 10
Hi I currently have LR 5.7.1 running on a Windows 10 system. I'm considering getting either a Nikon D500 or a Z50, is there a RAW converter for either of these cameras available for LR 5.7.1 or is the only solution to upgrade to a Cloud platform?
Thanks so much and Happy New Year.

James
 
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Jan 18, 2009
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Location
Fort Myers, FL
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Advanced
Lightroom Version
Classic
Or upgrade to current -- a lot of good stuff has happened since 5.7. You can upgrade Classic and have the same style of use without any cloud involvement (as opposed to "cloudy" which is a different but confusingly named product). Classic can use the cloud, somewhat, but does not require it at all, it saves your photos locally just like 5.7.1. But includes all the new camera support plus lots of neat features.
 
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