ACD Systems adds raw support for 14 cameras to Pro 5 and ACDSee 14
ACD Systems has announced updates bringing support for 14 additional cameras to ACDSee Pro 5 and ACDSee 14 for Windows. ACDSee Pro v5.3 and ACDSee v14.3 both gain support for recent cameras such as the Nikon D800, Olympus OM-D E-M5, Canon PowerShot G1 X, Sony Alpha SLT-A57 and Pentax K-01. The latest builds, featuring the expanded Raw format support can be downloaded from ACD Systems' website now.
ACD SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES PRO 5 AND ACDSEE 14 SUPPORT FOR NEW RAW FILE FORMATS
Seattle, WA –July 13, 2012 – ACD Systems International Inc. today announced the availability of ACDSee Pro 5.3 and ACDSee 14.3. Both products incorporate the company’s patented technology and user-focused design which have made ACD Systems the photo editing and management products of choice for over 50 million users worldwide. This update adds support for RAW file formats of the following popular cameras:
- Nikon D4
- Nikon D800
- Nikon D800E
- Olympus E-M5
- Leica V-LUX 3
- Canon PowerShot G1 X
- Canon EOS 5D Mark III
- Samsung NX210
- Samsung NX20
- Sony Alpha SLT-A57
- Pentax K-01
ACDSee Pro 5 is the most complete solution for the enhancement and control of image production for professional photographers. Pro 5 is the only solution that allows photographers to carry out the essential elements of the photography creative process and distribution in one place. The standard version, ACDSee 14, gives sophisticated amateurs the high end tools they need to produce professional quality results and easily manage their library of images.
Both products provide professional quality features normally found across multiple traditional products such as Adobe Photoshop, Bridge and Lightroom, at a much lower cost. They also offer users the ability to share images via social media networks and on the company’s free online photo sharing service, ACDSeeOnline.com.
Pricing & Availability
ACDSee Pro 5.3 is available online for a suggested retail price of $129.99(US). ACDSee 14.3 is available online for a suggested retail price of $69.99(US).
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