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Light Crafts releases LightZone 2.1  
Friday, January 19, 2007 | by Mike Sturk
Light Crafts has released LightZone 2.1, zone system-based image editing and RAW conversion software, for Mac and Windows. The release notes list the folowing changes:

LightZone 2.1 Release Notes

New features (all platforms)
LightZone can now operate as LightZone Basic (formerly LightZone RT).
Note: Customers who have upgraded to LightZone 2.1 from LightZone-RT may need to re-enter their 2.0 serial number / LightZone software activation key in the 'Upgrade' field to enable full browser mode.

You can now specify DPI/PPI when exporting images.
When saving a template, you can now select which editing tools from the tool stack are saved.
New features (Mac OS X only)
There is now a Show in Finder menu item that shows the selected photo in the Finder.
New features (Windows only)
There is now a Show in Explorer menu item that shows the selected photo in Windows Explorer.
Camera support
Pentax K10D raw files are now supported.
JPEG images having CMYK color profiles are now both read and exported correctly.

Licensed users of an older version of LightZone can download the trial version of LightZone 2.1 to obtain the update. LightZone can be purchased for US$249.95, while the feature-reduced LightZone Basic 2.1 Edition is US$149.95, direct from Light Crafts' online store.

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