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Iridient Digital announces Raw Developer v1.9.3, support for Nikon 1 V1

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Iridient Digital, the software company behind the excellent Raw Developer utility has announced a maintenance release (v1.9.3) adding support for several new cameras, including the Nikon 1 V1* and J1, Canon PowerShot S100, Olympus PEN E-PM1 and Fuji X10 among others. The utility now supports over 400 camera models, including many medium format cameras such as the Pentax 645D, Leaf Aptus-II 12 and 12R and Phase One ACHROMATIC+ AND IQ180.

Raw Developer costs $125 / £84.36 but is the update is free to registered users. A free demo can be downloaded from www.iridientdigital.com.

1.9.3 - November 26, 2011 (Maintenance Release)

New Features:
Support added for Nikon P7100, J1 and V1.
Support added for Canon PowerShot S100.
Support added for Olympus E-PM1.
Support added for Panasonic DMC-FZ150.
Support added for Sony NEX-7.
Support added for Samsung NX200.
Support added for Ricoh GR Digital IV.
Support added for Fuji X10 and F600EXR.
Support added for Seitz 6x17 Digital, Roundshot D2x and Roundshot D3.
Improvements:
Performance improvements for lossless JPEG decompression which is used by numerous camera models for RAW data compression.

Bug Fixes:
A couple bug fixes to allow for support of RAW files larger than 140 megapixels in size!

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* AMENDED: I've been waiting for this update to check to see if distortion correction is being applied to RAW files by the Nikon 1 V1 with the 1 Nikkor 10mm f/2.8. After running the files through Imatest I can conclude the camera's not correcting RAW files or JPEGs. There's some slight discrepancy between the two but at -1.72 and -1.65 respectively, it's negligible.

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