I hope they adress this soon! I have a bunch of raw photos waiting to be edited. Tried Sony Imaging Edge and it's too crude for what I want to do.
I'm getting buy using Sony ImagingEdge View/Edit and have it set up to export to Photoshop (or Lightroom)
You get a button top left it works tolerably well.
It's better than using JPGs anyway
It doesn't really work in the same way we are familiar with ACR though.
There is always a bit of lag time between the introduction of a new camera and when a version of Camera Raw is available with support for that new model. Adobe must develop support for each individual model.
It would be something if the .DNG converter recognisd it, even that still doesn't work yet.
The camera has been out about a month now.
When the DNG converter will support the camera Camera Raw will have been updated to support the camera as well. Everything goes hand-in-hand, and it takes time, and patience. And getting angry and blaming Adobe isn't going to help. Canon users and Nikon users and other users as well have gone through this frustration in the past.
To add, Adobe AND every other 3rd party raw converter product because Sony (like other camera manufacturers) has to go about making every new raw file differ from the last, forcing everyone to hack then update their software while you, the customer has to wait.
The only solution at this point besides waiting is to use the Sony supplied raw converter.