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Digital Camera RAW update for iPhoto, Aperture posted

updated 07:00 pm EDT, Wed March 14, 2012

Adds support for eight new cameras

Apple has posted an update for iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3 to add new camera compatibility. Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update v3.10 adds support for models from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony and a total of eight new cameras. Notably missing from the list of compatible cameras is the Fujifilm X10, a well-reviewed mid-range camera we tested earlier this week. The update requires Snow Leopard 10.6.8 or OS X Lion 10.7.1 or later.

The specific cameras supported in the update are the Canon PowerShot G1 X; the Nikon D4; the Panasonic Lumix models DMC-GX1, DMC-FZ35 and DMC-FZ38; the Samsung NX200; and two Sony models, the Alpha NEX-7 and the NEX-VG20. The update is 7.5MB in size and is available either through Software Update or Apple's support downloads page. A full list of all supported RAW cameras can be found here.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Makosuke

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    Sigh

    And still no DNG 5.4 support. Pretty please, Apple? Some of us actually like having the settings stored in the file and having a unified format across all our cameras.

  1. chas_m

    Joined:

    +1

    Good idea

    But if you want Apple to actually see this fine suggestion, open up iPhoto (or Aperture) and use the feedback menu option under the Application menu.

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