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Lightroom Mobile Update Supports Raw On iOS 10 Share This on LinkedIn   Share This on Google   Tweet This   Forward This

13 September 2016

Adobe has released Lightroom mobile 2.5 with support capturing Adobe's DNG open-source Raw format with a recent iPhone or iPad on iOS 10, which is also being released today.

To capture DNG files using Lightroom's built-in camera, you'll need a 12-Mp iPhone like the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone SE or an iPad Pro 9.7. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will also support DNG capture when released.

In addition, the new release adds support for the wide-gamut P3 color space of the iPad Pro 9.7 and iPhone 7 plus bug fixes, the company said.

Android users whose phones support DNG capture have had DNG capture support since version 2.0, released in February, and DNG support earlier than that. But only with iOS 10 has Apple made an API available to tap into Raw captures on that operating system.

See Josh Haftel's blog post Shoot in DNG raw in Lightroom for iOS 2.5 for more information about shooting Raw with Lightroom.

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