Only if you want to end up with DNGs. The beauty of this approach is that it's painless - none of your ORFs change so when official E-M10 support is added, you get that seamlessly.Wouldn't it be easier to use the latest RC of Adobe's DNG Converter program, 8.4 IIRC, and convert the files to DNG?
It'll only work if you have a version of Lightroom that supports the E-PM2 to begin with. Lightroom 3.x does not. In fact it doesn't any of the 16MP Olympus cameras, so you're out of luck, unless you go to DNGs.I tried, but still can't get it to work. I have LR 3.x on Win7 and seems to be very different from the one mentioned in the post.
The wait continues....
While that may be true of a newer version of Lightroom, it is not true of Adobe Camera Raw for Photoshop pre-CS6. I have started just shooting JPEG's with the EM10 as my work-around since the Olympus software is a bit clunky and converting to DNG is slow and doesn't always properly convert the images (ie: get strange artifacts on the DNG files).Adobe will for sure update LR to support the E-M10, it just takes time. There are 3 workarounds available to make E-M10 RAW files editable, so at least we have something.
It doesn't take time more time than to update Adobe Camera Raw.Adobe will for sure update LR to support the E-M10, it just takes time. There are 3 workarounds available to make E-M10 RAW files editable, so at least we have something.