Last night I got an email from the lovely Lightroom Queen informing me there had been an update to Adobe Creative Cloud and most notably an update to Lightroom CC and Camera Raw.

This is exciting stuff for me as I’ve been using my prototype X-Pro2 for a few months now without any real RAW support.

Fujifilm have been great and provided us with various incarnations of Silkypix and whilst its a perfectly good RAW converter, its not really a great tool when it comes to workflow.

If you have read my Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review you’ll know that, as always, the JEPG files that the camera creates are exceptional but many of you I know will be using RAW (perhaps exclusively) and so I wanted to put some files through Lightroom and show it here.

In the first two days of the X-Pro2 review going live, I had over 400 emails, Facebook message and comments on the blog. I’m not affiliated to Fujifilm in any commercial way and so I’ve answered those questions as honestly as possible. The question that came up quite a bit was about Dynamic Range and I’ve tried to show the ranges of that a little in this webcast.

Other stuff I mention in the video is file sizes, high ISO, film simulations, speed and editing.

As mentioned in the video, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to leave one in the comments below.  I’ll get back to everyone as soon as I can.