ACDSee updates software, adds compatibility for 20 new cameras


posted Friday, March 8, 2013 at 10:30 PM EST

Good news, ACDSee fans: the latest versions of ACD Systems' workflow tools have arrived, bringing greatly-expanded raw file support and more.

ACDSee is currently available in two variants: the flagship ACDSee Pro6 , and the more affordable ACDSee 15. For the newly-released updates, both receive almost the same list of changes. Both apps now support raw files from all of the following camera models:

  • Canon Powershot S110

  • Canon EOS M

  • Canon EOS 6D

  • Canon PowerShot G15

  • Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

  • Nikon 1 V2

  • Nikon D5200

  • Nikon D600

  • Olympus XZ-2 iHS

  • Olympus PEN E-PL5

  • Olympus PEN E-PM2

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3

  • Pentax K-5 II

  • Pentax K-5 IIs

  • Pentax Q10

  • Samsung EX2F

  • Sony Alpha SLT-A99V

  • Sony Alpha NEX-6

  • Sony Alpha NEX-5R

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1

Both also improve performance when using hierarchical keywords, and fix incorrect behavior when scrolling the file list on touch-screen devices. Additionally,ACDSee Pro 6 fixes a problem with incorrect display of the detail tab and develop brush being rendered incorrectly.

ACD Systems' product line includes imaging applications for both Windows and Mac.

ACDSee Pro 6 and ACDSee 15 are Windows-only applications. If you're on the Mac platform, ACD Systems' nearest equivalents are ACDSee Pro 2 and ACDSee 2. ACDSee Pro 6 costs US$100, while ACDSee 15 has a list price of US$50. Mac users ordinarily pay the same for the Pro app, and $30 for the basic app, but there's a significant discount on pricing for either through March 11th. ACDSee Pro 2 for Mac is currently avaialble for just US$25, and ACDSee 2 for Mac at just US$10.

More details on the ACD Systems website.