Developer Brian Griffith’s Iridient Developer might suit some as their main converter program, but at the least it is an excellent tool to use for some file types. It has the best sharpening options out there as well.
Iridient Developer 3.0.1 was released today. New camera support includes:
Canon 5DS (R), Nikon D7200, Samsung NX500, Panasonic DMC-TZ71 and Olympus SH-2. Plus the Olympus OMD E-M5 II high resolution mode now supports full 64 megapixel output and the standard resolution ORI format images generated when shooting in high res RAW+JPG mode are supported now as well.
This update also included a number of improvements and refinements to the new v3 noise reduction methods and a few bug fixes as well. Nearest neighbor interpolation has also been added for a slightly sharper preview display, which some feel provides some emphasis to artifacts that can help with fine tuning sharpening and noise reduction parameters, this preview interpolation is also more to what Adobe uses for their on-screen preview rendering. The previous "higher quality", smoother Lanczos5 based interpolation remains available for preview as well.
The Iridient Developer 3.0.1 release can now be downloaded here:
and full release notes are here: