Viewfinder Family and Alpa eFinder
Viewfinder 2.8 adds the following new cameras in addition to providing iOS 6 compatibility and support for photo album privacy settings:
• Canon EOS 650D/Rebel T4i, EOS M body and lenses; Fuji X-E1; Nikon J2; Panasonic DMC-G5; Pentax K-5 II, K-5 IIs; Nikon D600; Sigma DP2x, SD1 Merrill, DP1 Merrill, DP2 Merrill; Sony DSC-RX1, NEX-5R, NEX-6, SLT-A99.
New features for Pro edition and Pro Pack:
• Added cameras: ALPA 12 FPS; Hasselblad H5D series and the new 24mm lens.
New features for Cine edition and Cine Pack:
• Added cameras: Canon EOS C100; Sony NEX-EA50, NEX-VG20, NEX-VG30, NEX-VG900.
Besides providing compatibility with iOS 6, Green Shine version 1.6 adds:
• 4 new tasks
• 16 new solutions.
This increases total number of solutions to well over 200.
Version 1.0.1 adds iOS 6 compatibility.
Viewfinder, eFinder, Green Shine and PrintCalc is compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and iPod touch 4th generation. All apps work with iPad 2 and the New iPad (early 2012) in iPhone compatibility mode. All these apps require iOS 5.0 or later.
Support for iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th generation will come to the Viewfinder family and ALPA eFinder in late October. Green Shine and PrintCalc are currently running on these devices in "letterboxed" mode, full supports is planned to be added during November.
Pricing and Availability
Existing users can upgrade to these new version free of charge. Viewfinder Basic sells for $11.99, Viewfinder Pro for $19.99, Viewfinder Cine for $23.99, Green Shine for $2.99 and PrintCalc for $0.99. All are available from the iTunes App Store. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
About DIRE Studio
DIRE Studio’s (direstudio.com) aim is to help photographers to navigate through the digital revolution. They teach digital photography workshops as prominent as Epson Print Academy in Hungary. With 9 years of photographic experience and more than 15 years spent in the IT industry they entered the market of photographic tools in 2010. Their goal is to provide revolutionary tools made possible by digital technologies – be it software or hardware.