Adobe Camera Raw 2.2 Update now available

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by Marc Pawliger, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. Mac download:
    http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/photoshop/cameraraw/mac/Camera_Raw_2
    _2.sit.hqx

    Win download:
    http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/photoshop/cameraraw/win/Camera_Raw_2
    _2.zip

    New Supported Cameras

    Support for the following cameras has been added in this update.

    Canon
    PowerShot Pro1
    EOS-1D MARK II

    Contax
    N Digital

    Kodak
    DCS Pro 14nx
    DCS Pro SLR/n

    Konica Minolta
    DiMAGE A2

    Nikon
    D70
    Coolpix 8700

    Olympus
    C-8080 Wide Zoom

    Sigma
    SD9
    SD10

    Updates
    * For cameras that supply such information, the EXIF flag indicating
    whether always included in metadata. Previously it was only included for
    those
    * Noise problems seen on the Olympus E-1 have been fixed.
    * Apply Camera Raw Settings... will now only apply a white balance
    setting applied preset.
    * Updated "As Shot" white balance for Canon PowerShot Pro 90 IS,
    PowerShot G2.
    * Custom Kelvin white balance on Canon 1D/1Ds is now applied
    correctly.
    * The "MaxAperatureValue" EXIF value (if present) from Canon ".CRW"
    * The IPTC information from BreezeBrowser stored in the sidecar .THM
    * Updated the Fuji SuperCCD interpolation algorithm.
    * Changed highlight processing logic to increase highlight
    saturation.
     
    Marc Pawliger, Apr 24, 2004
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  2. Marc Pawliger

    Uni Guest

    Marc,

    Since I feel you're somehow associated with Adobe, would you be so kind
    and ask Mr. Cox if he'd mind answering and/or commenting on a JPEG
    format question (resolution/density), I posted here, about a week ago.
    I'd appreciate it.

    Thanks.

    Uni
     
    Uni, Apr 24, 2004
    #2
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