If you haven't checked Creative Cloud today, you should do so as Adobe has released Camera RAW 12.4 which adds Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6 RAW .CR3 to Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Lightroom.

Adobe has added support for the following Canon cameras:

Adobe has added support for the following Canon lenses:

  • Canon RF 85mm F2 MACRO IS STM
  • Canon RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM
  • Canon RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM + EXTENDER RF1.4x
  • Canon RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM + EXTENDER RF2x
  • Canon RF 600mm F11 IS STM
  • Canon RF 600mm F11 IS STM + EXTENDER RF1.4x
  • Canon RF 600mm F11 IS STM + EXTENDER RF2x
  • Canon RF 800mm F11 IS STM
  • Canon RF 800mm F11 IS STM + EXTENDER RF1.4x
  • Canon RF 800mm F11 IS STM + EXTENDER RF2x

You can update your Adobe software through the Creative Cloud software.

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  1. Picked my R5 up from the shop late this afternoon and just got in from it's first use to see this update. Couldn't have timed it better. I was just laughing all the way around the park in disbelief at the AF. Birds fighting/chasing in the water, flying around. The camera just tracked it all by eye and didn't skip a beat. I'm still in shock o_O.
  2. Picked my R5 up from the shop late this afternoon and just got in from it's first use to see this update. Couldn't have timed it better. I was just laughing all the way around the park in disbelief at the AF. Birds fighting/chasing in the water, flying around. The camera just tracked it all by eye and didn't skip a beat. I'm still in shock o_O.
    Welcome to the future :LOL:
  3. Picked my R5 up from the shop late this afternoon and just got in from it's first use to see this update. Couldn't have timed it better. I was just laughing all the way around the park in disbelief at the AF. Birds fighting/chasing in the water, flying around. The camera just tracked it all by eye and didn't skip a beat. I'm still in shock o_O.
    Glad you like it is a superb camera
  4. Great. I have the software to handle the R5's files. I have 2 RF lenses and an EF-RF adapter. I have a big CF Express card (that doesn't work with any of my current cameras). Now I just need an R5.
  5. Picked my R5 up from the shop late this afternoon and just got in from it's first use to see this update. Couldn't have timed it better. I was just laughing all the way around the park in disbelief at the AF. Birds fighting/chasing in the water, flying around. The camera just tracked it all by eye and didn't skip a beat. I'm still in shock o_O.

    Are you using R mount glass? I am using the EF-RF adapter and have had great success so far too!
  6. Are you using R mount glass? I am using the EF-RF adapter and have had great success so far too!

    All EF glass with the adapter currently and it's flawless! Used my EF 70-200 mk ii today whilst I'm waiting on my 100-400 mk ii to get repaired. Think I'll sell the 100-400, along with my R and some other stuff and get the RF 100-500, whenever that releases. Itching for Sigma and Samyang to release some RF primes too.
  7. All EF glass with the adapter currently and it's flawless! Used my EF 70-200 mk ii today whilst I'm waiting on my 100-400 mk ii to get repaired. Think I'll sell the 100-400, along with my R and some other stuff and get the RF 100-500, whenever that releases. Itching for Sigma and Samyang to release some RF primes too.

    I am waiting to try the 100-500 first hand before I dump the 100-400. I use that lens on spot news and feature assignments a lot. I have read if you set your camera to 1/3 stops it acts like a 6.3, not a 7.1. But my shop will lend it to me for a few hours to take on a walk before I buy. So far the 70-200 has been flawless.

    After testing this camera on every newspaper job since it was released, I sold or am in the process of selling my 5d 4, 50 1.4 (not a great lens anyway) 35 f2, 28 IS, and a few others to get more RF glass. I have 2 1dx mk 2 bodies, but so far, I prefer the R5. The only aspects that the 1d is better in to date, is battery life (which is AMAZING) and boot up from sleep time. If football ever returns, I think I would trust the 1dX in the rain at a game before the R5 tho, just a feeling.
  8. All EF glass with the adapter currently and it's flawless! Used my EF 70-200 mk ii today whilst I'm waiting on my 100-400 mk ii to get repaired. Think I'll sell the 100-400, along with my R and some other stuff and get the RF 100-500, whenever that releases. Itching for Sigma and Samyang to release some RF primes too.

    I'm kind of in this odd boat where all I have between 35 mm and 100mm on the EF mount is three rather pedestrian primes (40mm pancake, 50mm f/1.4, 85mm f/1.8, no Ls). Bringing my 100-400 IIL to the RF party (with an adapter) as well as the 15-35 that I decided to go ahead and buy now, means I have no midrange zoom on the R5. I did order a 25-105 refurb (along with an RP, refurb) but that's on backorder for who knows how long.

    I suppose I COULD grab that Tamron 18-200 APSC lens and use IT and accept the fact that it will take circular photos (the R5 doesn't recognize the tammies as APS-C so it doesn't go into crop mode automatically, and I'm probably too forgetful to switch back and forth from it myself).
  9. I understand that a lot of work was required to implement general CR3 support given the lack of documentation from Canon.

    But what exactly needed to be done to 'support' a new camera model? It's the same file format. What changes?
  10. Great news but so far there are no camera profiles for the R5 or R6. Hopefully they will be added soon.
    I have a feeling we may never get them. The EOS R was the last camera to have camera matching profiles... a shame, I would really like to have them too..

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