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OS X camera RAW compatibility update adds Sony RX1, Nikon D5200 and more

OS X camera RAW compatibility update adds Sony RX1, Nikon D5200 and more

Apple’s ‘Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.04’ is out, and although we rarely report on these frequent releases, there are a few notable shooters named in this particular version. Available for Macs running OS X Lion 10.7.5 and above, or Mountain Lion 10.8.2 and above, the update now allows RAW snaps from Sony’s compact Cyber-shot RX1 and Nikon’s D5200 SLR to play nice with Aperture and iPhoto software. Plenty of other cameras are also on the changelog: Leica’s X2, V-Lux 4 and D-Lux 6, as well as Pentax’s Q, K-30, K-5 II and IIs. A quick trip to the App Store will get you on the latest version and have you cooking something up in Aperture before you can say “medium-rare.” Bon appétit.

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