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Dennis Hissink : June 3th 2010 - 15:15 CET

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HasselbladPhocus 2.5 RAW editing software for Apple computers : In addition to a range of new photographer-oriented features, Phocus 2.5 for Apple computers allows users to import RAW files from more than 150 DSLR cameras, and features support for most standard image file formats, making Phocus more flexible and powerful than ever before. Hasselblad announced the release of Phocus 2.5 for Mac, breaking new ground by adding RAW support for more than 150 third party digital cameras, including cameras from Canon, Nikon, Leica, Sony, Fuji, Olympus, and more, as well as support for the most common file formats such as TIFF, JPEG, DNG, and PNG. The Mac version of Phocus 2.5 is available as a free download from Hasselblad's website.
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Share keywords from Aperture and Lightroom with Phocus 2.5 RAW software
This added file support results in a single, comprehensive - and free - RAW software solution that will enable all Hasselblad photographers to streamline their work process by working with both Hasselblad images and those captured with their 35mm DSLRs in one and the same application. Phocus 2.5 also contains a number of new and exciting features that improve workflow and image quality, in addition to further enhancing Phocus's open environment by enabling the photographer to share keywords from Aperture and Lightroom. Photographers who use Leaf digital backs also benefit from this upgrade, with the inclusion of RAW support for Leaf digital backs.

RAW editing software

RAW editing software for MAC users
"This new version of the RAW editing software is perfectly in line with our overall ambition of providing the most seamless, photographer oriented tools possible," says Peter Stig, Product Director at Hasselblad. "Most high-end shooters work with a range of cameras, some Medium Format, some 35mm, depending on the challenges of the job at hand. Phocus 2.5 allows Mac users to stay in the same familiar and powerful Phocus environment, regardless of what type of camera the files come from. In addition," he continues," the support for Leaf backs gives photographers the ability to accurately evaluate the benefits of moving towards an integrated Hasselblad product, such as one of our new medium format DSLRs H4D-40, H4D-50 or H4D-60."




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