Feature summary | Lightroom Classic (March 2021 release)

Learn about major new features and enhancements in the March 2021 release of Lightroom Classic (version 10.2).

Performance improvements

Performance Improvements

Experience less friction and wait time so you can get to the best parts of your workflow.

Live view

Tethered Live View for Nikon (Beta)

Get an early preview of the Tethered Live View for Nikon cameras.

Supported cameras and lenses

Support for new cameras and lenses

Find newly added cameras and lenses in the full list of supported profiles.

Other enhancements

What's changed

Find information about the changes in this release.

Performance improvements

With this release, you will experience performance improvements for the following:

Filmstrip and Grid scrolling for macOS

Navigate through stretches of images in your filmstrip, in the Library Loupe, Develop, and Compare View faster and smoother than before. Now, you can spend less time scrolling through the filmstrip and focus on the fun parts of your workflow.

We have also added optimizations to the Library grid so you can scroll through your collections and catalogs with less friction. Improvements are also available for the secondary Grid, secondary Loupe, and secondary Compare view.

Batch editing

Experience less wait time when using common batch editing functions such as Copy+Paste, Sync Settings, Quick Develop, and Auto-Sync and get your job done faster. The speed enhancements are most noticeable with larger batches of images.

Tethered Live View for Nikon (Beta)

We are sharing an early preview of the Tethered Live View feature for Nikon cameras for you to test and try out. We’d love to hear your feedback as we develop and improve this feature for you. Please share your experiences at feedback.photoshop.com -> New Post -> Topic: Lightroom Classic.

When active, the live view from the camera will appear in a re-sizeable window with the option to rotate the orientation. Feature focus control buttons will also appear in the tether bar when enabled by the camera and lens settings, including Auto-Focus.

Support for Z-series camera coming soon.

Support for new cameras and lenses

For a full list of supported cameras and lens profiles, see these resources:

What's changed

With this release, Red-eye removal will not be a part of the Copy/Paste workflow, including the Paste From Previous option. Red-eye removal adjustments can now only be copied from one image to another via the Auto-Sync functionality.

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