Bibble Labs has today released the latest version of its RAW processing software, adding support for recent cameras from Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus and Panasonic. Also included is the ability to tether newer Canons and Fujifilm's S5 Pro. The upgrade is free to current owners of Bibble 4 and new licensees will receive a free upgrade to version 5 when it is made available. Link after the jump.
Bibble Pro Version 4.9.8 Adds New Features and Cameras, Including Full Support for the Canon 1D Mark III and Fuji S5 Pro
Includes broader tethered shooting support and processing of Fujifilm's Wide Dynamic Range and Canon's new sRAW format
Lake Travis, Austin, Tx (June 8, 2007) – Bibble Labs, Inc. announced immediate availability of version 4.9.8 of its "Pro" and "Lite" RAW workflow software. New cameras added in this release include Canon 1D Mark III, Fujifilm S5 Pro, Nikon D40x, Olympus E-510, E-410, and SP500 UZ and Panasonic FZ8, This release also adds tethered shooting support for newer Canon cameras (Windows Vista and Intel Mac) and Fuji S5 (Windows). Like its preceding eleven major and minor releases, this latest update is free for all current Bibble 4 customers.
"We are excited to provide complete support for Canon's new 1D Mark III in this latest version," says Eric Hyman, President and CEO of Bibble Labs. "By providing support for RAW, sRAW and tethered shooting on Mac and Windows computers, we are ensuring that Mark III owners will be able to take full advantage of every feature of this remarkable new camera. Pairing the Mark III's already impressive ISO 6400 mode with the included Noise Ninja technology opens a whole new realm of low-light and available light shooting situations while producing stunning results in the least time possible."
This latest update of Bibble also adds support for Fujifilm's unique Wide Dynamic Range technology. "Fuji's innovative sensor technology is able to capture an exceptionally wide dynamic range. Pairing this with Bibble's advanced Highlight Recovery and Fill Light tools ensures that your final images incorporate all the dynamic range available in the Fuji RAW files." This version also supports tethered shooting with Fuji SLR's, showing Bibble Lab's commitment to offering the most complete support possible.
Bibble Pro is the most comprehensive cross-platform RAW Workflow application available today, including robust support for the latest cameras and offering Best-in-Class image quality with features such as tethered shooting, Noise Ninja technology, Perfectly Clear automated image optimization and the industry's only RAW-Level plug-in interface. The Bibble Pro plug-in for Adobe Photoshop supports CS2, CS, and version 7 - providing native access to the latest camera formats otherwise inaccessible in these older versions of Photoshop. Bibble Pro also remains the fastest RAW converter in existence, and this release further increases conversion speed on all platforms.
Bibble is available in both "Pro" ($129.95) and "Lite" ($69.95) versions for Windows, Macintosh (PPC/Intel as a Universal Binary) and Linux. Visit http://www.bibblelabs.com for further details and to download a fully functional 14 day trial version. New licensees of Bibble will also receive a free upgrade to Bibble 5, once available.
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