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| p.101 #13 · Sony RX1 FF Mirrorless (fixed lens) |
Martin, if you are not on LR4 yet, I would recommend that you at least try out the test version. Some things were changed for the better, including the processing in general and the clarity slider, which is now much less destructive.
If I understood it correctly, LR4 (and corresponding ACR versions) still have the same raw conversion motor, so I don't think I have anything to gain by upgrading. I hate LR and the auto-everything when it comes to managing my library. I prefer to do it myself and I use Adobe Bridge for managing and ACR for conversion.
LR4 has a totally different slider scheme and engine than LR3. Also, you don't have to use Lightroom's auto library. I've always maintained my own folder setups with Lightroom.