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What’s New in Lightroom Classic CC 7.1 (December 2017)?

Discussion in 'The Lightroom Queen Blog Posts (READ-ONLY)' started by Victoria Bampton, Dec 12, 2017.

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  1. Victoria Bampton

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    Here's the latest blog post from The Lightroom Queen blog...

    What’s New in Lightroom Classic CC 7.1 (December 2017)?

    Lightroom Classic CC 7.1 has been released today. This release is focused on new camera/lens support for Lightroom, as well as bug fixes. There will be a final update for Lightroom 6 on December 19, to add new camera/lens support. The entire Lightroom CC ecosystem has also been updated.


    New Intelligent Auto Settings, powered by Adobe’s Sensei!

    Lightroom’s old Auto adjustments were… hit and miss, to put it kindly. No more! Adobe has used its machine learning technology to analyze how skilled professional photographers edited tens of thousands of photos, and then applied this information to build a brand new Auto.

    The new Auto applies auto adjustments to Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Whites, Blacks, Saturation and Vibrance, to get the best automated result possible. Furthermore, it’s now smart enough to take your existing Crop, White Balance or Camera Profile into account when doing its calculations. It’s much better at retaining highlight and shadow detail, and doesn’t often overexpose, so it’s a much better starting point. Give it a try!

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    Range Mask Enhancements

    By popular demand, you can now Alt-click (Windows) / Opt-click on an existing sample to remove it.


    New camera support:
    • Apple iPhone 8
    • Apple iPhone 8 Plus
    • Apple iPhone X
    • Canon EOS M100 (full support)
    • Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III
    • Google Pixel 2
    • Google Pixel 2 XL
    • GoPro FUSION
    • GoPro HERO6
    • Hasselblad A6D -100c
    • Light L16
    • Panasonic LUMIX DC-G9
    • Sony A7R III (ILCE-7RM3)
    • Sony RX10 IV (DSC-RX10M4) (full support)
    • Click to view the full list of supported cameras


    Tethering for new cameras:



    New lens profiles:
    • Apple
      • Apple iPhone 8 back camera 3.99mm f1.8 (DNG+JPEG)
      • Apple iPhone 8 front camera 2.87mm f2.2
      • Apple iPhone 8 Plus back camera 3.99mm f1.8 (DNG+JPEG)
      • Apple iPhone 8 Plus back camera 6.6mm f2.8 (DNG+JPEG)
      • Apple iPhone 8 Plus front camera 2.87mm f2.2
      • Apple iPhone X back dual camera 4mm f/1.8 (DNG+JPEG)
      • Apple iPhone X front camera 2.87mm f/2.2
      • Apple iPhone X back camera 6mm f/2.4 (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Macro Lens V1/V2 for iPhone 8/8 Plus (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Superfish Lens V1/V2 for iPhone 8/8 Plus (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Tele Lens V1/V2 for iPhone 8/8 Plus (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Wide Lens V1 for iPhone 8/8 Plus (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Wide Lens V2 for iPhone 7/7 Plus (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Wide Lens V2 for iPhone 8/8 Plus (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Macro Lens V1/V2 for iPhone X (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Superfish Lens V1/V2 for iPhone X (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Tele Lens V1/V2 for iPhone X (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Wide Lens V1 for iPhone X (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Wide Lens V2 for iPhone X (DNG+JPEG)
      • Moment Wide Lens V2 for iPhone X (DNG+JPEG)
    • Canon EF
      • Canon EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM +1.4x III
      • Canon EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM +2x III
      • Canon EF 800mm f/5.6L IS II USM +1.4x III
      • Canon EF 800mm f/5.6L IS II USM +2x III
      • Lomography 58mm F1.9 Bokeh Control Art Lens
      • Lomography Daguerreotype 64mm F2.9 Achromat Art Lens
      • TAMRON SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 A032E
    • Google
      • Google Pixel 2 Rear Camera (DNG+JPEG)
      • Google Pixel 2 XL Rear Camera
    • GoPro
      • GoPro FUSION (Raw+JPEG)
      • GoPro HERO6 Black Linear FOV
      • GoPro HERO6 Black Wide FOV (Raw+JPEG)
    • Hasselblad
      • Hasselblad XCD 3,5/30mm
      • Hasselblad XCD 3,5/45mm
      • Hasselblad XCD 3,2/90mm
      • Hasselblad XCD MACRO 3,5/120
    • Leica M
      • MS Optical Perar 17mm f/4.5 Ultra Wide
    • Nikon F
      • Nikon AF NIKKOR 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5D
      • Nikon AF NIKKOR 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED
      • Lomography 58mm F1.9 Bokeh Control Art Lens
      • Lomography Daguerreotype 64mm F2.9 Achromat Art Lens
      • TAMRON SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 A032N
      • Voigtlander SL II-S 40mm f/2 Ultron
    • Sony FE
      • SIGMA 16mm F1.4 DC DN C017
      • Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS
      • Voigtlander MACRO APO-LANTHAR 65mm F2 Aspherical
    • Click here for the full list of available Adobe Lens Profiles
    • Further user-created profiles can be downloaded using the Lens Profile Downloader (scroll down that page slightly – it’s at the end of the Resources section on that link)


    Bug fixes:

    There are loads of bug fixes. Adobe only publishes the bugs reported by users. (I’ve added a few additional bugs that are thought to be fixed!)

    Import


    Library/Map


    Develop


    Book/Slideshow/Print/Web


    Export


    Plug-ins


    Workspace/Performance

    • If you were having display or performance problems and added a config.lua file, recommended by some of the engineers on the feedback forum, you can now remove it.

    If you find another bug, click here to report it.



    How do I update?

    To update, go to Help menu > Updates or click the Update button in the CC app. The update servers take a while to push the updates around the world, to avoid crashing the servers. You can also open the Creative Cloud app, click the cog icon and select Check for Updates to give it a nudge.

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