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Canon R10 CRAW files question


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Hello All

I would like to ask you a question regarding compatibility of Canon R10 CRAW files and Affinity Photo. I just purchased such camera and first few dozens of photos taken as CRAW (according to everybody I know there is no difference between compressed RAW and standard RAW) and they are just not OK (see attached). Is this something known? I opened same files in Canon's Digital Photo Professional (which I hate using) and they are OK there... Is there something I'm doing wrong?I use only Affinity Photo to develop my photos.

Just checked and standard RAW files are same looking ones...

Screenshot 2022-08-05 at 18.22.06.png

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Hi,

the Canon R10 isn't listed to be yet supported by the APh Serif RAW engine (see here).  Also it looks like, that the R10 support in LibRaw (which APh uses as a base of it's Serif RAW engine) is actually only available in the LibRaw 0.21 (Beta1).

When LibRaw 0.21 is released and also a possibly newer/updated APh version, then that cam should be officially supported (actually it's not)!

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Thank you v_kyr!

I was not aware of this problems so thank you for taking time to answer me. Looks like I'm in a deep s... for the time till new update is released. And I got used to shooting only RAW... I wish there was the other way around that problem. I also use FasrRawViewer and it shows same, strange look of my RAW photos. 

Thank you again! 

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1 hour ago, Witek said:

I also use FasrRawViewer and it shows same, strange look of my RAW photos.

Your cam (the Canon R10) has been released end of May (on 24. May 2022) and so is still pretty new on the market. Thus it takes some time until third party RAW converters will support that cam too, especially here then all those RAW converters, which do depend on LibRaw for RAW processing & conversion. - Beside Canon's own DPP, which of course comes together with the cam from the vendor right out of the box, even the bigger 3rd party players in the RAW converter/conversion tool field (like Adobe Lightroom, CaptureOne, DxO ...) will need some time to adapt their software to the new Canon R10 here!

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13 hours ago, v_kyr said:

even the bigger 3rd party players in the RAW converter/conversion tool field (like Adobe Lightroom, CaptureOne, DxO ...) will need some time to adapt their software to the new Canon R10 here!

Surely you are right. But I have to say that FastRawViewer already provided me with beta version of their app which supports R10 and R7 :) 

Thank again and have a nice day!

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