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Raw Picture Viewer for Sony A350

Carlos Machado , Aug 28, 2008; 12:13 p.m.

Does anyone know of a good picture viewer/browser program that I can use to view raw images for the Sony A350? I can use Bridge, but I'm trying to find an alternative program to it. I've used ACDSee for my Canon raw images, but I'm getting sick of waiting for them to update their program to accommodate the A350 (they told me they would on their next update). I've also used XnView which can read the A350 raw files, but takes too long to load them. Thanks for any help.

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Steve C. , Aug 28, 2008; 01:55 p.m.

ACDsee is about to introduce their Pro 2.5 version which should address that issue. If you have Pro 2, it's a free upgrade.

Sam Norris , Aug 28, 2008; 10:17 p.m.

And Pro 2 is wonderful.

Steve C. , Aug 29, 2008; 12:20 a.m.

I love Pro 2, for sure, but I'm wanting for some workflow enhancements, better controls, customizable buttons you can create for routine quick access to standard adjustments, etc. I need to get on their forums and provide some of these suggestions and feedback, because they do read those ideas.

Glyn Rutter , Aug 30, 2008; 04:38 p.m.

Lightroom is a good solution. Elements works if you don't like Bridge.

Jonas Eriksson , Sep 01, 2008; 09:48 p.m.

There is also a viewer that works right in windows Vista, works great with all the Sony cameras. http://www.sony-asia.com/support/download/60977/product/dslr-a700

Howard Vrankin , Sep 05, 2008; 11:28 p.m.

How about the Sony RAW converter on your camera's applications CD? I like mine. It converts better than my other two Mac-based software programs (iPhoto, Aperture)

Dale L , Sep 24, 2008; 02:30 a.m.

Faststone has one viewer that can handle the Sony RAW

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