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RAW support for Sony 24-105 g OSS on Sony Alpha 7 iii

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Hi guys,

I'd like to buy Affinity Photo but before I need to know if my camera + lens are supported - meaning RAW import and lens correction.
Do you already support the Sony 24-105 g OSS in combination with a Sony Alpha 7 iii?

Thanks!

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See for the actual 1.6.x relesase versions:

And for the 1.7.x beta versions so far ...

Further note that under MacOS you can also make use of Apples RAW engine instead of the Affinity/Serif one in Affinity Photo, which means you can there switch the RAW engine to use. Therefor see the Apple OS releated reference links and their RAW support included in the above shown links postings.

 

 

 


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The .ARW files seem to open OK in AP, but I don't know about the lens.  There's a 10 day trial, so you could try it for yourself.


AP user, running Win10

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2 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

See for the actual 1.6.x relesase versions:

And for the 1.7.x beta versions so far ...

Further note that under MacOS you can also make use of Apples RAW engine instead of the Affinity/Serif one in Affinity Photo, which means you can there switch the RAW engine to use. Therefor see the Apple OS releated reference links and their RAW support included in the above shown links postings.

 

 

 

That list doesn't include the A7 III - "not supported" isn't  the same as "doesn't work"! 


AP user, running Win10

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19 minutes ago, IanSG said:

There's a 10 day trial

https://affin.co/phototrial

Please note that the trial clock runs continuously from the moment you first launch the app.


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@IanSG Can't tell I don't shoot with Sony cams/glass and thus never tried out for one of these, thus instead some Sony shooter with that equipment might can tell better for sure. - And since I'm not going to try this out for every possible cam/lens combinations, I point people here instead to the references from those who make the software, so they can check, try and hopefully find out themself.


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