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Irident Digital Updates RAW Developer

Irident Digital has updated their RAW software for Mac OS X to be compatible with recent DSLR and medium format cameras.

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*July 2, 2007 *– Irident Digital has updated its RAW software for Mac OS X to be compatible with recent DSLR and medium format cameras. RAW Developer 1.7.0 includes automatic highlight recovery processing and support for DNG metadata style camera color rendering.

The newest version of RAW Developer also has higher image processing speed optimizations for Intel and multi-core processor systems. Version 1.7 also supports a variety of new cameras such as the Nikon D40X, Panasonic DMC-FZ8, Fuji S5 Pro, and Canon 1D Mark III, among others.

Notable new features include the "scale to fit" mode that automatically expands preview images to fit the full window size, a white balance dropper tool that can sample 1 to 7x7 pixels, and added support for automatic use of embedded Leaf develop curves from MOS format files, according to the company.

A free trial is available for download from the company’s website.

List of newly supported cameras:

Canon 1D Mark III

Nikon D40X

Olympus E-410

Olympus E-510

SP-510 UZ

SP-550 UZ

Fuji S5 Pro

Panasonic DMC-FZ8

Phase One P21 and P45+

Leaf Aptus 75S

Sigma SD-14

Ricoh Caplio GX100

Samsung Pro 815

Mamiya ZD Digital Back

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