Iridient Developer 3.1 update with X-pro2 and A6300 support
The latest update for Iridient Developer 3.1 features two new version 4 demosaic (RAW) processes for Bayer sensors which improve fine detail rendering while reducing false details and other interpolation artifacts. The v4 processes also have lower noise and faster performance than many of the prior v3 RAW processes.
Highlight recovery has been greatly improved when using DNG camera profiles that include color lookup tables (LUT).
This update also includes a workaround for a bug introduced by Apple in the recent 10.11.4 system update which impacts both the Shadows and Highlights (Neighborhood Adaptive) adjustments and causes large jumps in brightness above certain levels and improper operation of these two adjustments. Also fixed is a bug which causes RAW images from some old Canon models, mostly pre-2007, from loading correctly.
The Shadow and Highlight (Neighborhood Adaptive) adjustments are now also a bit more aggressive at the extreme ends of the adjacent range.
New RAW camera support:
Canon: 80D, 1D X Mark II, 1300D (Rebel T6, Kiss X80) and PowerShot G7 X Mark II.
Nikon: D500 and D5.
Sony: A6300 (ILCE-6300), A68 (ILCA-68) and RX10 III (DSC-RX10M3).
Panasonic: DMC-GX80 and DMC-GX85.
Fujifilm: X-Pro2 compressed RAF.
Leica: M-D (Typ 262).
BlackMagic: URSA, URSA 4.6K, URSA Mini 4K and URSA Mini 4.6K.
DJI: FC550 (Xenmuse X5), FC350 (Inspire 1 and Phantom 4), FC300X (Phantom 3 Pro) and FC300S (Phantom 3 Advanced).
HTC: One A9 and One M9.
Samsung: Galaxy S7.
How to update
If you have purchased a new or upgraded license after September 20, 2014 this update is free. However, this release is a paid upgrade for users who originally purchased a license prior to this date. You get at least 18 months of FREE upgrades, regardless of version designation, when purchasing Iridient Developer. This release now requires a 64-bit capable Intel processor (Core 2 Duo or later) and Mac OS X version 10.6.8 or later.