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  1. I get a black photo when opening a DNG file of a RAW photo, shot with my Canon 80D and the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 lens, in Affinity Photo for iPad. See enclosure. Is DNG not supported?
  2. Since the recent update I can import RAW files. Thanks for that! :) The Canon 80D RAW photos I tested with Affinity Photo for iPad that I shot with the 55-250mm STM are of high quality. The Canon 80D RAW photos taken with the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 lens are of very poor quality when opened in Affinity Photo on my iPad Pro 12.9". See enclosed example. The colors are wrong, there is a lot of yellow in the highlights. Is this a bug?
  3. Hello all, I have a new DSLR camera, so this is my first time to shoot RAW files. This camera is the Canon 80D which was just release recently, so I'm wondering if the magenta cast all over my image and very low contrast washed out look is because Affinity Photo doesn't support my camera? I noticed that under "Camera Profiles" I was not able to pull up any menus. I haven't been able to find out anything on the net. Try as I could, I couldn't produce anything close to the real colors that the JPEG image shows, and the overall life to the JPEG is much better no matter what I try to do with this RAW file, but it might just be my ignorance of what to do. Garry :D
  4. I'm just waiting for this, so that I can process my RAW images on my new Canon 80D from beginning to end. :D :P
  5. Hi, I was trying to open a RAW file of my Canon EOS 80D today and all the colors are wrong. Can you please add support for this Camera soon? Best
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