Adobe has today announced version 3.2 of its Camera Raw plug-in for Photoshop CS2, which extends support to the RAW file formats of 13 digital cameras and backs. The plug-in is available as a free download from the Adobe website or comes with Photoshop CS2 and now supports DNG files. The new plug-in adds support for Panasonic, Hasselblad, Konica Minolta (Maxxum 5D), Leaf (digital backs), Leica and Nikon cameras including the D2Hs, D70s and D50.
Support for the following cameras has been added from Camera Raw 3.1 to 3.2.
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30
- Hasselblad H2D (DNG)
- Konica Minolta Alpha Sweet Digital (Japan), Alpha-5 Digital (China), Maxxum 5D (USA), Dynax 5D (Europe)
- Leaf Valeo 17
- Leaf Aptus 22
- Leica D-Lux 2
- Leica Digital-Modul-R (DNG
- Nikon D2Hs
- Nikon D70s
- Nikon D50
- Nikon Coolpix 8400
- Nikon Coolpix 8800
Digital camera raw file support
The camera raw functionality in Adobe® Photoshop® software provides fast and easy access within Photoshop to the "raw" image formats produced by many leading professional and midrange digital cameras. By working with these "digital negatives," you can achieve the results you want with greater artistic control and flexibility while still maintaining the original "raw" files.
The Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in became the latest must-have tool for professional photographers when it was released in February 2003. This powerful plug-in has been updated to support more cameras and include more features, and is available as part of Adobe Photoshop CS2. With Photoshop CS2 you get not only the latest camera raw plug-in, but also the full range of exciting new features that are part of this release.
The Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in (2.3 or higher) now also supports raw files in the DNG format. Find out more about the benefits of the Digital Negative, a publicly documented raw file format recently announced by Adobe.
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