The Macintosh variants of both SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro v220.127.116.11 and Developer Studio 4.0 v18.104.22.168 had issues with batch processing, copying or moving of files, and saving of development parameters (.SPD) files. These problems have now been corrected.
The latest release of Silkypix added support for Raw files from the Casio EXILIM EX-FH100,Pentax 645D, Ricoh GXR with P10 camera / lens module, Samsung NX10, Sony NEX-3, and Sony NEX-5digital cameras, bringing the number of cameras and camera backs supported by SILKYPIX to almost 120, from eighteen manufacturers..
Authored by Japan's Ichikawa Soft Laboratory, and distributed by Shortcut Software in the US market, SILKYPIX Developer Studio v4.0 is available for users of both Windows and Mac operating systems in two variants - either standard or Pro. Compared to the standard SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.0, the Pro version adds batch processing and renaming, an Edit history, Spot Removal and Dodge tools, several multi-preview modes, the ability to display tone adjustments as a histogram curve, a banding noise correction function, EXIF / IPTC metadata editing, text and graphic overlay output / printing templates, and the ability to save custom settings and unsharp mask adjustments for reuse.
More details can be found on the Shortcut Software website.
Pentax's weather-sealed medium format 645D DSLR is now supported by Silkypix.
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