Photoshop CS Vers 8.0 won't open .RAF Fuji RAW pictures ??

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by Andy100, Dec 28, 2005.

  1. Andy100

    Andy100 Guest

    I thought that i had read that Photoshop CS would open RAW files taken with
    the Fuji S5600 camera (.RAF files). However, this is not the case. Can
    anyone please let me know if i have to download a plug-in and if so, where i
    get it from. I have searched Google and Adobe's website with no luck

    Windows XP Pro (SP1), 620RAM, Adobe Photoshop CS Version 8.0.

    Many Thanks
    Andy100, Dec 28, 2005
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  2. Andy100

    Bill Hilton Guest

    Andy100 writes ...
    Here's a list of the cameras supported with the CS2 version, I don't
    think yours is on it so you may be out of luck ... CS supports even
    fewer models ...

    Bill Hilton, Dec 28, 2005
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  3. Andy100

    Andy100 Guest

    It's not looking good is it !! - Oh well, maybe they will support it soon.
    The camera has only been out a short while !

    Andy100, Dec 28, 2005
  4. The only news I have is that some time ago Thomas Knoll was seeking
    images from the S5600 to enable it to be supported, and then on 13th
    December he said he didn't need any more sample files. (From the Adobe
    forums). It is a safe guess that it will appear in a future version.

    Its RAF files won't be supported directly in CS. Instead, it is
    expected that it will be possible to convert them to DNG and the DNGs
    will be supported by CS.

    Barry Pearson, Dec 29, 2005
  5. Andy100

    Andy100 Guest

    Cheers Barry. Let's hope so ! - it's such a nice camera and shooting in RAW
    mode is far better than JPEG, i can live with the increased file size. I
    still get around 45 on a 512mb card, so not too bad !!


    Andy100, Dec 29, 2005
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