Sony A1 Support

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Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021

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anybody knows when Adobe supports the sony A1 raw files?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021
This is a user Forum, so you are not really addressing Adobe here, even though some Adobe employees thankfully have been dropping by.As far as I know those that do know such things are not at liberty to divulge specifics like release timelines anyway.  If you prefer processing RAW images with ACR instead of the camera maker’s proprietary software you might want to petition them to allow shooting DNG so that Adobe does not have to play catch-up with each new camera model’s RAW format. You can see...

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021
Given that the camera is brand new and Adobe engineers have to obtain a camera then reverse engineer the raw files to incorporate them into a camera raw release it may take a short while. Adobe tend not to give advance notice of releases.   Dave

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021

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This is a user Forum, so you are not really addressing Adobe here, even though some Adobe employees thankfully have been dropping by.

As far as I know those that do know such things are not at liberty to divulge specifics like release timelines anyway. 

 

If you prefer processing RAW images with ACR instead of the camera maker’s proprietary software you might want to petition them to allow shooting DNG so that Adobe does not have to play catch-up with each new camera model’s RAW format.

 

You can see for yourself which version of Camera Raw supports a camera and which version of Photoshop is compatible with that ACR version: 

https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-supported-cameras.html

https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/camera-raw-compatible-applications.html

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Given that the camera is brand new and Adobe engineers have to obtain a camera then reverse engineer the raw files to incorporate them into a camera raw release it may take a short while. Adobe tend not to give advance notice of releases.

 

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Mar 05, 2021 Mar 05, 2021

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This is really bad man I already did 2 shoots with the A1. Why is Adobe always behind...

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Mar 05, 2021 Mar 05, 2021

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"Why is Adobe always behind..."

 

Because camera manufacturers develop their own raw formats, do not release the details of the files, and companies like Adobe have to obtain a camera after it released then reverse engineer the manufacturers file format. None of this would be needed if camera manufacturers used a common open raw format such as DNG.

 

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