Newly supported cameras in Bibble v5.2.2 include the Canon PowerShot G12 and S95, Nikon D3100, D7000, and Coolpix P7000, Olympus E-5, PEN E-PL1s, and E-PL2, Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2, GF2, and LX5, Pentax K-5 and K-r, and Ricoh's GXR P10 module. Cameras with refined Raw support include the Canon PowerShot S90, S95, EOS 7D, and 60D, Panasonic GH1, and both the Pentax K20D and K-7.
Updated features in Bibble v5.2.2 include the ability to copy / paste layers and regions from one image to another, automatic transformation of regions when image shape changes, a layer opacity function, subtractive region blending modes, the ability to assign hotkeys to copy settings, new preferences functions for cropping and custom defaults, the ability to import Bibble 4 metadata files, and the ability to see what settings are contained inside a preset or custom default. The plugin software development kit has also been updated to allow greater control by plugins, Olympus lens detection has been improved, and Bibble Labs says that a "huge number" of bugs including some crash bugs have been fixed. Finally, the new release includes some unspecified, additional lens calibration parameters, and a variety of workflow improvements.
Bibble 5 Pro supports Windows XP, Vista and 7, Mac OS X 10.4 or greater, as well as both Linux Fedora Core 6 or later, and Ubuntu 6.06 or later. The program can accept Raw files from a wide variety of manufacturers, including Canon (except sRaw), Kodak, Leica, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Ricoh, Samsung, and Sony, as well as RGB JPEG or TIFF files at resolutions of 30 megapixels or below, with a maximum dimension of 10,240 pixels on the longer side. The full list of supported file types can be found on the Bibble 5 specs page.
For new customers, a trial version of Bibble 5 can be found in the Bibble Labs Download Center. Bibble 5 Pro can be purchased immediately, priced at US$199.95 for a license that covers all three operating systems. Bibble 5 Lite, meanwhile, is available for $99.95, with the license being on a per-OS basis. A full list of differences between the two versions, and further details on the program, can be found on the Bibble Labs website.