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Apple Raw update brings support for Nikon Df and Sony A7/A7R

By dpreview staff on Dec 18, 2013 at 16:23 GMT

Apple recently released Digital Camera RAW Compatibility 5.02 for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11. The update adds Raw image support for the following five cameras: 

  • Nikon D5300
  • Nikon Df
  • Olympus OM-D E-M1
  • Sony Alpha 7
  • Sony Alpha 7R

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later 
  • Mac OS X 10.9 or later
Source: Apple

Comments

Total comments: 13
joelR42
By joelR42 (4 months ago)

Now if only they would update Aperture...

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smorti
By smorti (4 months ago)

This has screwed up RAW support for Sony RX1 - if you have one, don't download! I've just had to uninstall & move back to 5.01 (which works fine).

The main problem is the distortion correction disappears, so all your images re-distort as you watch - which is scary if you don't know why it's happening!

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Carsfeverguy
By Carsfeverguy (4 months ago)

Why A7 and A7R and NO RX10????

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iBuzz
By iBuzz (4 months ago)

No Nikon AW1 either!

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$$Policy$$
By $$Policy$$ (4 months ago)

They skipped the Fuji X-E2??

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csdLaJolla
By csdLaJolla (4 months ago)

No Panasonic GM1 either

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jst13
By jst13 (4 months ago)

Why no Fuji X-E2

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D1N0
By D1N0 (4 months ago)

They didn't feel like it.

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TakePictures
By TakePictures (4 months ago)

They take their time to do it well.

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$$Policy$$
By $$Policy$$ (4 months ago)

Maybe they're working on upgrade their half-hearted effort on all the Fuji X-Series cameras. I won't buy Aperture unless it's pro level RAF/RAW conversion.

Comment edited 19 seconds after posting
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noirdesir
By noirdesir (4 months ago)

What is half-hearted about it? Apple developed a completely new de-mosaic algorithm. The developer of Iridient declared it to better than Adobe's.

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InTheMist
By InTheMist (4 months ago)

That's a pleasant surprise from Apple.

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shigzeo ?
By shigzeo ? (4 months ago)

Indeed. I hope iOS versions creep in, too.

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Total comments: 13