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The new Loupedeck offers faster image editing than before

By Marcus Wong - on 25 Jun 2018, 12:15pm

The new Loupedeck+ offers faster image editing than before

The original Loupedeck was launched on Indiegogo just a year ago, finishing 488% above target, proving how right the designers were in developing a custom console for photo editing. And now the company has released a new version with changes made specifically to take into account feedback from the first group of users.

The new console (named the Loupedeck+) is now also compatible with Skylum Aurora HDR (in addition to Lightroom Classic CC), and has more functionalities and customization options. Integration with Capture One is also in the works, giving users more options to work with.

Here are some of the main upgrades listed on the website:

  • Mechanical keys for more precise and sturdy feel
  •  Improved build quality
  • Two dedicated customizable dials and 17 buttons
  • Better configuration software for faster and more stable photo editing.

We know how dedicated both the professional and amateur photography communities are in their work, and we’re committed to making their lives easier and more productive. There’s no better way to create the next evolution of our flagship product than by going straight to the source and taking their feedback to heart. By adding even more control, efficiency and customization options to the editing process, we’re able to help photographers be more successful by increasing their output and artistry, and look forward to continue supporting them in their work.       - Mikko Kesti, Founder and CEO of Loupedeck.

The Loupedeck+ is available now for €229 (with free shipping) from the Loupedeck website.

Source: LoupedeckLoupedeck

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