Adobe has released Lightroom 3.5 along with Camera Raw 6.5 and DNG Converter 6.5 following the public beta testing of their respective release candidates.
According to the Release Notes, Lightroom 3.5 adds support for the Fuji FinePix F600EXR, Hasselblad H4D-60, Leaf Aptus II 12/12R, Nikon Coolpix P7100, Olympus E-P3/E-PL3/E-PM1, Panasonic DMC-FZ150/DMC-G3/DMC-GF3, Pentax Q, Phase One IQ140/IQ160/IQ180/P40+/P65+, Ricoh GXR Mount A12 and Sony Alpha NEX-C3/Alpha NEX-5N/SLT-A35/SLT-A65/SLT-A77. Hasselblad FFF files created by the Hasselblad Phocus software for currently supported models are also now supported but FFF files created using the FlexColor software are not.
Those cameras are also supported by the new version of Camera Raw, according to its Release Notes. A number of bugs were also fixed in Camera Raw 6.5.
In addition the new version of Lightroom adds a number of new lens profiles from manufacturers including Canon, Hasselblad, Nikon, Pentax and Sony. A Lightroom Journal blog entry details them.
It also fixes a number of bugs, including an unexpected quit when writing metadata to a JPEG file and network volume display in Mac OS X 10.7 during import.
The final releases can be downloaded from Adobe:
Lightroom 3.5: Macintosh (102.6 MB) and Windows (218.2 MB)
Camera Raw 6.5: Macintosh (93.1 MB) and Windows (60.7 MB)
DNG Converter 6.5: Macintosh (71.6 MB) and Windows (60.8 MB)