|Update (21-04-2010): Adobe have released Camera RAW ACR 5.7 (CS4 only). For more information, see this article.
Update: Adobe have released the ACR 5.6 final version (CS4 only), adding support for the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV.
The Adobe Camera RAW plugin ACR 5.6 release candidate (CS4 ONLY) is now available for free, as a download from the Adobe Labs website.
Apart of the Nikon D3S, it adds support for the following cameras:
* Canon EOS 7D
* Canon PowerShot G11
* Canon PowerShot S90
* Leaf Aptus II 5
* Mamiya DM22, DM28, DM33, DM56, M18, M22, M31
* Olympus E-P2
* Panasonic FZ38
* Pentax K-x
* Sigma DP1s
* Sony A500
* Sony A550
* Sony A850
Camera Raw 5.6 also provides a a fix for an issue affecting PowerPC customers using the final Camera Raw 5.5 and DNG Converter 5.5 updates on the Mac.
The issue, introduced in the demosaic change to address sensors with unequal green response, has the potential to create artifacts in highlight areas when processing raw files from Sony, Olympus, Panasonic and various medium format digital camera backs.
Download here (ACR 5.6 final)
For a complete compatibility overview of Nikon Cameras, Adobe Camera RAW and DNG, take a look at my Nikon/ACR/DNG compatibility chart (PDF 60 Kb.).
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