Iridient Developer 3.2.2 Adds Sony A7 III & RX0 RAW Support + Improved Pixel Shift Processing

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Iridient Developer 3.2.2 adds Sony A7 III and RX0 RAW Support along with improved Sony Pixel Shift Processing for Sony a7R III cameras.

New Features:

• Support added for RAW images from the Sony ILCE-7M3 (A7 III) and DSC-RX0 (RX0).
• Support added for RAW images from the Canon Rebel T7 and 4000D (Rebel T100/3000D).
• Support added for RAW images from the Fujifilm X-H1, X-A5 and X-A20.
• Support added for RAW images from the Olympus E-PL9.
• Support added for RAW images from the Panasonic DC-GX9, DC-ZS200 and DC-GF10.
• Support added for RAW images from the Phase One 100MP Trichromatic.
• Support added for 3:2 aspect ratio mode RAF images from the Fujifilm GFX 50S which were added in the latest 3.0 firmware update.

Improvements:

• Improved Sony and Pentax pixel shift processing.
• Improved error message when Sony pixel shift frames are not found for pixel shift processing.
• Faster Sony ARW format loading.
• JPEG export libraries updated to new version (libjpeg-turbo 1.5.3).

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4 thoughts on “Iridient Developer 3.2.2 Adds Sony A7 III & RX0 RAW Support + Improved Pixel Shift Processing”

  1. I had not heard of Iridient until your post. The ability to handle Sony pixel shift files caught my eye as I have just started exploring that process. Hard to find any current and relevant info on the web re Iridient’s alleged superior RAW processing and superior detail as far as A7r3 files go. I am aware of the free trial available, but I am curious if you have had any hands on with Iridient and possible comments before I sink some number of hours into a trial.

  2. I understand that it is strictly RAW processing. No way I am abandoning LR as the catalog and my standard workflow include an external MIDI controller. The Sony Edge software does not win any awards IMO for its rather rough implementation, but it works (re Pixel shifting). Guess I will have to do the trial to see if it is a justified cost. Thanks for getting back.

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