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Aperture 2.0: the Ars Technica review

Dave Girard of Ars Technica writes: "It's hard to believe that over two years have passed since Aperture's launch. It seems like only yesterday that I was fielding e-mails from livid zealots and supportive professional photographers regarding my less-than-glowing review of the buggy, unfinished mess that was Aperture 1.0 (and see our follow-up look at Aperture 1.1). But much has changed in those two years, including a price drop from $500 to $200 to compete with Adobe's Lightroom. By version 1.5, most of the problems, missing features, and RAW quality issues were addressed."

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