The latest version of Adobe's photography software can handle raw photos from Nokia's high-end Windows smartphone and a host of new higher-end cameras.
The test version of the photo editing and cataloging software handles raw photos from new Nikon, Fujifilm, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, and Canon cameras and squashes some bugs.
Through the end of 2013, those who bought Photoshop CS3 or later can use Adobe's photo-editing tools for $10 a month, but not everyone is pleased. Also: Lightroom 5.2 ships with new "smoothness" adjustment.
The new IQ2 line of digital backs lets photographers use Wi-Fi for remote camera control, and a black-and-white version offers sharper detail while venturing beyond the visible spectrum.