Adobe Lightroom 4 now included with the purchase of selected Leica cameras

Last week Adobe announced Lightroom 4 that comes with with 21 new Leica M lens profiles. The latest LR4 version is now included with the purchase of Leica S2, S2-P, M9, M9-P, X1 and D-LUX 5 cameras:

Leica Camera is pleased to announce that an updated version, Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4 is now included with the following cameras – Leica S2, Leica S2-P, Leica M9, Leica M9-P, Leica X1 and Leica D-LUX 5.

Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4 is the most professional image editing software on the market and when used in conjuction with Leica cameras, ensures ultimate image quality. The new software allows the user to organize, optimize and present images.

Leica Camera has been collaborating with Adode Systems for many years with the common goal of providing our customers with perfect image quality and an intuitive workflow solution. Leica Cameras are fully integrated into Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4 and offers several advantages such as improved speed and stability with the tethered connection with the S2.

The new software also offers the following new features:

  • Increase in processing speed
  • Selective moire filter
  • M lens profiles
  • Selective white balance
  • Soft proof function
  • Video support

With the introduction of Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4, Microsoft Windows XP is no longer supported. However, for customers who are using Microsoft Windows XP, the previous version of Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 3 is available. For more information on Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4, click on

30% off Lightroom 4

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  • Banksie

    Also if you already used your TAN number on LR3, then you’re entitled to the upgrade pricing for LR4. And if you never used your TAN for LR3 when you bought your camera last year or earlier, it appears it will now work for downloading LR4.

    • Pal Burits

      Thanks. I used my X1 TAN and never the M9-P. So I’ll do.:)

  • Pal Burits

    Good to read about LR4 upgrade. I purchased my M9-P a month ago. Am I included? regards

  • Hubert

    I tried it, because Im not happy with the bugs and the speed in
    Aperture, but compared to the use and functions it is horrible.

    In Aperture I choose 10 to 15 portraits and crop them on the
    second screen to the paper size, in LR I could not even get the
    grid on one and the chosen pics on the other screen, it will
    always switch from library to develope and vice versa, as soon
    as I want to do corrections on more then one foto.

    the levers make no visible change when drawn little, when
    drawn more, it is too much change. quite like the good old
    photoshop cmd M and cmd L

    in Aperture the change of the levels make very quick and
    easy visible fast corrections, in LR I tried a lot, but it was
    quickly looking overdone, or no change at all.

    either Adobe please make LR so easy usable like Aperture,
    or Apple please make Aperture finally bug free and faster
    then it is now!

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