December 12, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sha Tin, Hong Kong - December 12, 2007 - bambooapps announces an update for FND (film is not dead), the app that helps passionate film photographers to develop their film. FND lets you store, in one place, all your knowledge and experience about film development, completed with times, dilutions, and your notes about any particular film or developer, or combination of both.
But that is not all. FND also helps you in the development process, thanks to its built-in timer. A timer that suggests when you should agitate your development tank (every 30 seconds), and that can go fullscreen, so you can see how much time is left from your bathroom sink.
You can start and stop the built-in clock, and enter and exit the fullscreen mode using your Apple Remote. Just select your desired film and developer combination, load your processing tank, and, when you are all set, press the play or the menu button in your remote.
FND is shareware, with a trial period of 30 days, and its price is $12.95 USD. FND is Leopard only.
Started in 2007, bambooapps focuses in offering tools to simplify the workflow of the passionate photography aficionados.