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PRESS RELEASE: Phase One and iView Special Offer Supports Digital Workflow Without Compromise
COPENHAGEN and LONDON, Feb. 14, 2007 -- Phase One Capture One Pro and iView MediaPro are now available together as a special offer.
These award-winning applications, designed for professional photographers, complement one another by providing superior Raw workflow management with simple, but powerful cataloging capabilities. They benefit photographers by helping them spend more time behind the camera, less time at the computer.
With Capture One Pro, photographers can load Raw files from digital cameras or shoot tethered directly into the computer. The software supports high-quality image capture, editing and enhancement; it also supports on-the-fly conversion of Raw files. Capture One Pro produces exceptional image quality with fine details, accurate colors and virtually no noise.
iView MediaPro helps pro photographers to quickly and easily import, sort organize and manage very large volumes and various types of digital images. In Spring 2007, Microsoft Corp. will introduce Expression Media, the next generation of MediaPro (for more information, please see: http://www.microsoft.com/expression).
Pricing & Availability
iView MediaPro and Capture One Pro are available now for purchase together for $549 -- this is $149 off the total price if each application were purchased separately. In addition, those who purchase today will be eligible for free upgrades to Capture One Pro version 4 and Microsoft Expression Media when those applications are available.
The offer begins on Feb. 14 and is available for purchase as a download from each of the companies' respective sites: http://www.phaseone.com/iview and http://www.iview-multimedia.com/phaseone. An accompanying guide detailing how the two programs can be used together is also available for download.
(First posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 11:58 EST)