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Digital Negative App Lets Your iOS Device Capture Uncompressed RAW Images

by Chris Gampat on 03/21/2013

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Ever wanted to shoot RAW files with your iPhone or iPad. Well that’s what Cypress Innovations is apparently touting that their new Digital Negative App can do for you. According to them, the app will capture fully uncompressed and full data from the image sensor and then convert it into a DNG–which is Adobe’s native RAW file format that they have been trying to make universal. That means that when you pull them into Lightroom or Photoshop, you’ll have loads more versatility when it comes to editing.

Still, you can’t have full manual control over your picture taking abilities. However, this is still a huge leap in iPhoneography.

Digital Negative is now available for download from the iTunes store.

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