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SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro9 9.0.4 adds several improvements plus support for the Fujifilm GFX 50R and Nikon Z 6 cameras. This update was released as of November 29, 2018.

Improvements

  • [Fixed]Distortion correction may not be performed correctly for large images with height and width size exceeding 10000 pixels
  • [Fixed]Entire images were adjusted to be whitened when the L channel of the "Tone curve" was adjusted for the RAWs shot with Epson R-D1, R-D1s, or R-D1x
  • [Fixed]Distortion correction by the "Lens profile" on the RAWs shot with Nikon D1
  • [Fixed]"Priority for creating thumbnail" of the "Function settings" not applied on launch
  • [Fixed][Windows]Images may not open correctly when the monitor profile not supported by SILKYPIX is set to the default profile of Windows (*2)
  • [Fixed][macOS]Images may be opened using an application different from the registered application when using the "Open with another application" function to open the images
  • [Fixed][macOS] Application becomes unresponsive when the "Batch development status" sub-control is displayed during batch development

New Camera Support

  • [NEW] Fujifilm GFX 50R (*1)
  • [NEW] Nikon Z 6
References
  1. http://www.silkypix.us/silkypix-9-0-4-8-1-27-8-2-27
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