The beta version of Camera Raw v6.1 is now available from Adobe. As usual, we can be pretty sure that this version is looking a lot like the final one. As complete as ever, this software program is more or less the reference in RAW format photo picture handling (the DxO Labs tools still have a better technical fame, but they need to catch up with the enormous notoriety of the Adobe brand).
This new version of Camera Raw, with its new improvements in digital noise management, brings new options of automatic lens defect correction (vignetting, distortion and chromatic aberrations) as shown in the presentation video from Downloadsquad just below. But the best is still to go and download the beta version (unless you would prefer to avoid testing a version which is not 100% debugged by Adobe).
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