Digital cameras don’t capture ready-made images. The data captured by the sensor has to be processed first. This happens automatically and instantaneously if you set the camera to shoot JPEG images. Many cameras don’t give you any other option. However, more advanced models like high end compact cameras, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras will also let […]
DNG is a RAW file format invented by Adobe and designed to offer a single 'universal' RAW format that everyone can use and swap rather than all the different RAW file formats used by different camera makers and cameras. In practice, it's been used by only a few camera makers and it's been complicated by different DNG versions, so it's mostly used within Adobe software.