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Richard [Unable to open Fujifilm x30 Raw files in Elements 11]

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Jun 14, 2017

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I have Elements 11, but the RAW converter cannot read the RAW files from my Fujifilm x30 camera. It's OK with RAW files from my Nikon d90, but not the Fuji!!

I am running Windows 10.  Any suggestions please?

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The Fuji camera requires Camera Raw 8.7 which isn't compatible with Photoshop Elements 11. You will either have to purchase an upgrade or download the free DNG converter and create digital negative copies that will work with the version you have now.

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Richard [Unable to open Fujifilm x30 Raw files in Elements 11]

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I have Elements 11, but the RAW converter cannot read the RAW files from my Fujifilm x30 camera. It's OK with RAW files from my Nikon d90, but not the Fuji!!

I am running Windows 10.  Any suggestions please?

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Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

The Fuji camera requires Camera Raw 8.7 which isn't compatible with Photoshop Elements 11. You will either have to purchase an upgrade or download the free DNG converter and create digital negative copies that will work with the version you have now.

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The Fuji camera requires Camera Raw 8.7 which isn't compatible with Photoshop Elements 11. You will either have to purchase an upgrade or download the free DNG converter and create digital negative copies that will work with the version you have now.

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Thanks for your contribution Jim.  Sounds like sound advice.  However, instead of spending money on Elements 15 or whatever it is up to, I have purchased a stand alone version of Lightroom 6, which handles Fuji RAW files with no problems. I can then "export" them as a JPG, and then, if necessary, do further work in Elements 11.  Appreciate your response. Richard.

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