New AfterShot Update Adds FujiFilm X-T10 and More

AfterShot Pro 2.2.1 Now Available

Latest update adds FujiFilm X-T10, new plugins & more

Today, the Corel Photo Group is happy to release our mid-summer project for AfterShot Pro 2 and AfterShot 2. The 2.2.1 update adds RAW support for 10 new cameras, including some of the hottest cameras from the first half of 2015. We even have some new plugins now compatible with 2.2 and up (jump to the bottom to find out which ones!). And, as always with AfterShot Pro, this update is available for free to all owners of AfterShot Pro—no subscription required.

Newly supported cameras in AfterShot / Aftershot Pro 2.2.1:

  • FujiFilm X-T10
  • FujiFilm X-Q1
  • FujiFilm X-Q2
  • FujiFilm X-A2
  • Samsung NX30
  • Samsung NX300
  • Olympus E-M5 MK2
  • Olympus XZ-10
  • Nikon D7200
  • Nikon D5500

Statistically, the Nikon D7200 and D5500 have been among the most-requested cameras by the AfterShot user base. But in terms of trends we’re seeing lately, we’re also really excited to support four (4) new Fuji cameras, including the popular (and impressive) new FujiFilm X-T10.

We made our first steps to support the X-trans sensor in AfterShot earlier this year and while the performance was good, Fuji fans gave us plenty of feedback on where we could improve. We’ve refined X-trans implementation with the FujiFilm X-T10 and we think you’ll find that we’ve made significant enhancements. Looking ahead, we’re also now working on plans to support some of the more advanced features of the X-series (but we’ll save that news for another day.). Fuji-fans, we’re keen to hear your feedback!

In addition to the new cameras, AfterShot Pro 2.2.1 also includes a variety of usability improvements based on our users’ feedback. If you’ve been posting your feedback in our forums or participating in the dialogue on our Facebook page, please accept our thanks and keep it coming — we’re listening carefully to your conversations, and we hope you’ll find evidence of that in 2.2.1 as well as in the updates we have planned next. We’ve added some details below, but you can follow the links to read the complete release notes and installation instructionsget the 2.2.1 update, or download the free 30-day trial of AfterShot Pro 2 right now.

Thanks once again for your support of AfterShot / AfterShot Pro! If you have any ideas or feedback you’d like to share with our team, we want to hear them… so let us know in the comments section below—we really do love hearing from you.

Enhancements you’ll find in 2.2.1:

  • Plugin tabs can be renamed
  • Toolbar tabs can be reordered
  • Thumbnail data and filename are displayed (no hover required)
  • Color label can be added with one click
  • Left panel can be undocked
  • Contrast for inactive icons and strings has been increased
  • Keyword list in the metadata tool is sorted by dictionary alphabetical order
  • Extra padding (spacing) added between thumbnails

New plugins available (now compatible with 2.2 and up):

Photo: FujiFilm X-T10, credit to FujiFilm.

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  1. Tomas Paier says

    is there any chance my award-winning Pentax K-S2 will be ever supported? All the competitors are supporting it (Adobe, also open-source RawTherapee, Zoner Photo Studio) , but Aftershot… still nothing. It is unable to open not only PEF, but also it’s DNG file! Is there any plan to support it?

    • Alex Brazeau says

      Hi Tomas,

      The Pentax K-S2, released earlier this year, looks like one of the great cameras that we’ve come to expect from Pentax. I’m into the weather sealing and wifi — how’s the shooting been so far?

      In terms of RAW support in AfterShot, we haven’t seen many requests for the K-S2, but we’ll dig into it based on your feedback. DNG is another story… it’s on our roadmap and we’ll have an update for the photo community soon. Thanks for the feedback!

      • Tomas Paier says

        Thank you Alex for the reply!
        The K-S2 is definitely a great camera. It’s chip is also the same as in some other new mid- and high-class Pentax cameras, so I think the PEF file will be the same / very similar for many Pentax cameras. However, as the camera is able to save the RAW files directly in DNG (there is an option for selecting PEF or DNG), a good support for DNG shoud be surely welcomed and valued — and “good enough”!

  2. Mitchell Eich says

    Corel AfterShot Pro 2 Update Supports The Fujifilm X-T10 – Corel’s RAW processing software now supports the X-T10 and 3 other recent Fuji cameras. New to ePHOTOzine?

    • Alex Brazeau says

      Hey Mitchell, thanks for getting in touch. I’m not sure I understand your question about ePHOTOzine… what can I help with?

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