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Version 2.9.3 has been released!

The "Crop Image" function has been enhanced to provide very flexible and powerful crop capability. This can only be used for JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP type images. For RAW images, you have to export them as JPEG first, and crop the JPEGs.


There is now a "Restore Image to Original" function under the Edit menu. You can now restore the original image from a crop or after editing EXIF metadata. In order for this feature to work, you need to enable the backup setting under "Preferences... > Advanced > Backup original file before making changes".


The built-in RAW engine has been updated. It now supports lossy compressed Canon .CR3 files, and lossy compressed Fujifilm .RAF files. The following new cameras are supported:

  • Apple iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Max Pro

  • Canon EOS R5, EOS R6, EOS 850D, EOS-1D X Mark III (lossy compressed files)

  • FujiFilm X-S10

  • Hasselblad CFV II 50C

  • Leica M10-R, Q2 Monochrom, S3, SL2-S

  • Nikon Z 5, Z 6 II, Z 7 II

  • Olympus E-M10 Mark IV

  • Panasonic DC-G100 / G110, DC-S5

  • Sony ILCE-7C (A7C), ILCE-7SM3 (A7S III)

  • Zeiss ZX1

Fixed some bugs causing app crash, plus several minor bug fixes.


ExifTool has been updated to version 12.16.


We hope you enjoy this release!

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