Phase One releases Capture One Pro 4.8

The latest version of Capture One adds support for the following cameras:

  • Phase One P40+
  • Olympus E-620
  • And adds improved support for:

  • Phase One P65+
  • Leica D-Lux 4
  • Olympus E-30
  • Download

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    Adobe release Camera Raw 5.3 and Lightroom 2.3 updates

    Adobe has released final versions of the Camera raw 5.3 and Lightroom 2.3 updates, now including support for

  • Nikon D3X
  • Olympus E-30
  • Links:

    Camera Raw 5.3 for Windows
    Camera Raw 5.3 for Mac
    Lightroom 2.3 for Windows
    Lightroom 2.3 for Mac

    Capture One 4.6 available

    Phase One has today released an update to their popular RAW software Capture One.

    Among the new features are:

    Tethered shooting for the following Nikon cameras:

  • Nikon D3
  • Nikon D700
  • Nikon D300
  • Nikon D200
  • Nikon D80
  • Nikon D60
  • Nikon D40x
  • Nikon D40
  • And added support for

  • Phase One P 65+
  • Nikon D3X
  • Canon G10
  • Olympus E-30
  • As well as improved support for Canon EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 50D – including sRAW.

    Other improvements include:

  • Improved performance in processing, browsing, folder viewing and Color Editor
  • Load / Save workspaces (Mac only)
  • and

  • Automatic software update notifications.
  • Camera Raw 5.1, Lightroom 2.1 released

    They’re spitting them out faster than I can type…

    Adobe has just made Camera Raw 5.1 (Photoshop CS4 only) and Lightroom 2.1 available with added support for the following cameras:

    • Canon 1000D (Digital Rebel XS/EOS Kiss F)
    • Canon 50D
    • Fuji FinePix IS Pro
    • Kodak EasyShare Kodak Z1015 IS
    • Leaf AFi II 6
    • Leaf AFi II 7
    • Leaf Aptus II 6
    • Leaf Aptus II 7
    • Nikon D700
    • Nikon D90
    • Nikon Coolpix P6000
    • Olympus SP-565 UZ
    • Pentax K2000 (K-m)
    • Sigma DP1
    • Sony A900

    You’ll notice that this camera list is the same as the one I posted for camera Raw 4.6 for CS3, but these cameras did not make it into CR 5.0 for CS4 before shipping. Now they’re supported.

    Go to adobes download page.

    The DNG profile editor and the beta color profiles previously mentioned has also been updated.

    Adobe Configurator for Photoshop CS4

    John Nack, the Photoshop product manager with a background in web design, has always (as long as he’s been in office) pushed for more extensibility and custom configuration of the Photoshop interface.

    As a result, in Photoshop CS4 we now have flash-based panels that can be built from scratch by third party developers.

    But it gets better. Very soon now, you can ‘roll your own’ Panel in a snap with Adobe Configurator.

    Adobe Configurator

    Adobe Configurator

    The application lets you pick and choose (literally drag and drop) among Photoshop tools, menu items, scripts and actions, and it even lets you include stuff like instructional videos, before it ‘bakes’ a new Panel that you can import into Photoshop CS4, and share with the world. Presto! All of your most used tools in one customized Panel. Pretty damn cool.