Hasselblad Phocus 2.6.1 Released

Phocus 2.6.1 for Mac and Windows is now available for download on the Hasselblad website. Please click on the link below to login to our website and download this latest version of Phocus Software.

Phocus 2.6.1 for Mac and Windows is now available for download on the Hasselblad website. Please click on the link below to login to our website and download this latest version of Phocus Software.

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Highlights in 2.6.1 Mac
Features:
Gesture support for browsing images and adjusting sliders.
Reset of adjustments sliders by double clicking the slider.
Various metadata enhancements including extended EXIF data with lens model, camera serial number, subject distance, max. Aperture. EXIF in PSD exports as well as GPS tags in exported JPEG and PSD files.

Fixes:
- It is now possible to determine whether image rating is included when printing a contact sheet.
- Fix of issue with missing updates of the Capture Info tool when switching compare views.
- Fixes an issue with combining Moiré correction and EV adjustments.

Highlights in 2.6.1 Windows
Features:
Various metadata enhancements including extended EXIF data with lens model, camera serial number, subject distance, max. Aperture. EXIF in PSD exports as well as GPS tags in exported JPEG and PSD files.

Fixes:
- It is now possible to determine whether image rating is included when printing a contact sheet.
- Fix of issue with missing updates of the Capture Info tool when switching compare views.
- Fixes an issue with combining Moiré correction and EV adjustments.
- Capture Info, IPTC and IPTC Keywords tools now updates when swapping view.
- Fixed an issue with multishot images viewed at 50%.
- Capture Info tool now shows the correct lens name for HC zoom lenses. Also V lens information is now shown in the tool.
- Fixes an issue with connecting a camera after Phocus was launched.
- Fixes some crashes in the 32 bit version, caused by "Out of memory" conditions.
- Some hot keys did not work in the external viewer.
- Double Clicking an image when the viewer was not shown, would sometimes not show the image.
- Tiff and JPG did not always show 100% detail in viewer.

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