If you have a high-end digital camera, you’ve probably seen an option to capture images in RAW format instead of a more familiar JPEG. If you are a sort of a photographer who is always looking for the best possible image quality and often spends time with a photo editor to make your images look absolutely perfect, you may find that RAW is worth a try. It lets you fully customize settings, including white balance, sharpening and tone. RAW preserves every bit of the original image, acting as a digital negative. When shooting in RAW capture mode, the raw data – basically the data straight from the sensor – is stored in a file on your flash card. While you can review your shots on the camera, you’ll need to develop the raw data once you download the raw files from your flash card before you can view or print them using the computer. So far there is no standard RAW format. Each camera developer has their own format, sometimes even different formats for different cameras even in the same series. To find the software able to process RAW files from a wide range of cameras might be an issue. ImageConverter Plus supports RAW files from a number of manufacturers. View the list of cameras supported by our software. Photos produced by these cameras in RAW format can be successfully converted with the help of Image Converter Plus.
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