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Reikan FoCal 2.3 Released, Adds EOS 5D Mark IV Support

By Canon Rumors | September 23, 2016

Reikan FoCal 2.3 Released Reikan has released FoCal 2.3, an update to its automated focus tuning software for Canon and Nikon dSLR cameras. FoCal 2.3 brings support for Canon 5D Mark IV cameras as well as a host of general improvements to make calibration more reliable and faster. Improvements include liveview startup takes much less time, shutter count Read more…

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Phase One Adds EOS 5D Mark IV Support to Capture One 9.3

By Canon Rumors | September 20, 2016

Phase One released Capture One 9.3 – the third major update for Capture One 9. The previous 9.2 update released two months ago delivered new file handling features. The new Capture One 9.3 is about under the hood improvements and bug fixes. It also brings a calibration feature for owners of Eizo displays and profiles Read more…

Lightroom CC/6 & DNG Converter 9.7 Get EOS 5D Mark IV Support

By Canon Rumors | September 20, 2016

Lightroom CC (2015.7) and Lightroom 6.7 are now available.  The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support and lens profile support, and to address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom. Please note that this version of Lightroom contains compatibility fixes for macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and also requires macOS 10.10 and greater. We recommend Read more…

Reikan FoCal 2.2 Released, Adds Full EOS-1D X Mark II & EOS 80D Support

By Canon Rumors | August 15, 2016

Reikan has released version 2.2 of their Focal software. This new update  adds full support for the EOS-1D X Mark II and EOS 80D. FoCal 2.2 Key Features Full Canon EOS 80D and EOS-1D X Mark II support added – calibrate these cameras automatically from FoCal. Directly compare “Peak” quality values in Fully Auto Calibration Read more…

ShutterCount Now Available for iPhone & iPad

By Canon Rumors | April 5, 2016

From Dire Studios: My ShutterCount app is now available on iOS! It runs on 64-bit devices running iOS 9 or later (that is: iPhone 5s or later, iPod touch 6, iPad Air or later, iPad mini 2 or later, iPad Pro). Since Apple does not provide a way to control a camera via USB from an iOS Read more…

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