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Ichikawa soft laboratory Releases RAW Converter Software "SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6 Download Version (Mac OS)"

Ichikawa soft laboratory began sales of the latest version of the digital development software series, the “SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6 Download Version (Mac OS)” on 30th June 2014 (Japan time).

“SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6 Download Version (Mac OS)” can be purchased from Ichikawa soft laboratory’s online store.
http://www.isl.co.jp/shop_v2e/
We have also provided a trial version on which you can use all functions for 30 days from the SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6 website.
http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/

[Superiority of SILKYPIX]

RAW development technology of SILKYPIX has a proven track record that has been adopted by about 80% of Japanese camera manufacturers as a customized RAW development software and bundled software.
SILKYPIX has made possible precise editing without gradation break down because of editing the RAW data with 16 bit processing each RGB colors (about 280 trillion colors).

[The main new feature of SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6]

• Improved Noise Reduction Functions
• Function for Soft Proofing (Display of Printing Warning)
• Portrait Beautification Effect
• Improvement in processing speed

[SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6 Download Version License]

Regular Sale Price: JPY 28,080
The Upgrade Price
-For SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro, Pro5, Pro5 for Panasonic customers: JPY 11,232 (60% off)
-For SILKYPIX Developer Studio 3.0 or 4.0 customers: JPY 16,848 (40% off)
-For SILKYPIX bundle version customers: JPY 22,464 (20% off)
[List of SILKYPIX bundle versions]
• SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.1SE
• SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.0 for TAMRON
• SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.0 for CASIO
• FUJIFILM RAW FILE CONVERTER powered by SILKYPIX
• SILKYPIX Developer Studio 3.0 for PENTAX or LE
* The above price includes a consumption tax.
* You can register 2 computers with 1 license of SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro6.

[System requirements]

• Apple® Mac OS X v10.6 - 10.9
• Intel® Core 2 Duo or later is recommended (64 bit support required)
• 2GB of RAM (Recommended 4GB or more)
• 10GB of Available hard-disk space or more
• 1024×768(XGA) Display

[Supported Cameras]

Please refer the following URL to camera support up-to-date information.
http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/camera3.html

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