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Dennis Hissink : December 9th 2004 - 04:48 CET

Bibble Labs announces competitive upgrade pricing


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Bibble LabsBibble Labs announced the availability of limited time special upgrade pricing for existing licensees of Phase One's C1 product who wish to acquire the latest version of Bibble Pro 4.1. Through December 20th, 2004 existing C1 users will be able to purchase Bibble Pro 4.1 for the special price of $99 by providing qualifying proof of purchase for any version of C1. For more details, please visit us at www.bibblelabs.com/c1.html. "Reponse to the release of Bibble 4.1 has been tremendous." comments Bibble Labs's president, Eric Hyman. "We are pleased to be able to offer this discount to users of C1 so that they can add another tool to their raw processing arsenal, especially those eager to process images from the EOS 20D and 1DS Mark 2."
Bibble Labs announces competitive upgrade pricingBibble Labs recently released Bibble 4.1. This update to the popular Bibble line of Raw Workflow products included versions for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux and is the first third party raw converter to support the recently released Canon Eos-1DS Mark 2.

"We are pleased to offer support for the 1DS Mark 2 in Bibble as our highly optimized image pipeline is perfectly suited for processing the 100 megabyte files the 1DS2 is capable of producing" says Hyman. "Our new highlight recovery tool allows users of all supported camera to recover detail in blow highlights with one easy to use slider. Technology such as this is exactly why folks who are serious about their photos should be shooting raw."

Additional features in the 4.1 update include new sharpening and noise controls, printer output profiles, and additions to our already powerful batch processing system. Image quality has been enhanced across the board, to provide less noise and more detail. Updated color profiles and white balance routines have been provided for other canon SLR's. "After 4.0 was released, we were deluged with request for enhancements and features. We are very happy to be able to quickly deliver the items that have been most requested. As a company, we are committed to listening to our users and quickly improving the software based on their feedback" said Hyman.




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