3943 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Nov 28, 2010 6:09 PM by Hawaiian_Starman
The Raw for each individual camera model (note that's model, not not brand) has to be added specifically. Here's a list of the currently supported camerasL]
Your camera isn't on it. No one outside of Apple knows when or if it will be.
The workaround is to convert to DNG.
Thanks for the response!
How would you suggest converting it to a DNG? I'm assuming Photoshop since DNG is, as far as I know, an Adobe format...
Is that going to be less compression than a TIFF?
Sorry for all the questions, I work with a Canon Camera in Aperture. These questions are for one of my students.
DNG conversion is via Photoshop/Camera Raw. I'm using CS5 Suite. My RW2 images from the FZ100 are converted to the dng format via Adobe's Photo Downloader.
As far as Aperture 3 or even OS X compatibility for the Lumix Z series RW2 format, with the exception of the supported FZ50, I'm very disappointed the Z series is still ignored by Apple. Would be helpful if Apple would simply state why these cameras remain off the list. Or perhaps this something to discuss with Panasonic???