FastRawViewer 2.0.7 Release

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FastRawViewer 2.0.7

RAW Format support

  • Sony YCC-format pseudo-RAW support
  • (Small/Medium lossy compression on Sony A1, A7-IV, and A7R-V cameras)
  • Sony A7x lossless compressed format: support for latest FW updates.

Camera support

  • Canon EOS R8, EOS R50
  • Fujifilm X-S20
  • Leica M11 Monochrom, Q3
  • Nikon Z8 (HE/HE* formats are not supported, embedded JPEGs are displayed)
  • Panasonic DC-S5-II, DC-S5-IIx
  • Sony ZV-E1, ZV-1M2
  • Better support for Fujifilm X-H2/H2S/T5 crop modes.

Preliminary camera support

  • Sony ILCE-6700

 

Improvements/Bugfixes

  • Improved EXIF display for unsupported RAW formats (Sigma X3F, Nikon HE/HE*)
  • RAW file data limit now calculated dynamically based on max RAW megapixels setting
  • Default RAW megapixels limit increased to 160 Mpix
  • Selected files count in status bar was not updated in single file view mode.

Downloads are available at this site download page.

Comments

Is there a way to slect a group of photos based on ISO, or exposure and bulk cull them without having to look at every photo? Similar to the smart folder feature in LR?

Unfortunately, files tagging and/or filtering based on shooting parameters are not supported by FastRawViewer right now.



We're considering this possibility for some future update.

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

Clicking on an image no longer enlarges it

With standard shortcus, click on image does not enlarges it, standard shortcuts are Shift+Click (Left or Right Click: different panning modes).

If you've modified standard shortcurs please make sure your modifications are still here.

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Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

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