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Hasselblad and Leica support Adobe DNG file format
Mark Peters : March 11th 2005 - 10:00 CET
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AdobeHasselblad and Leica support Adobe DNG file format : Adobe Systems Incorporated announced that Hasselblad and Leica Camera AG are among the first camera manufacturers to commit to support Adobe DNG (Digital Negative Specification). Hasselblad will work to allow export to the Adobe DNG file format and Leica plans to include native support within their new digital camera models. Just a few months after Adobe announced the free Adobe DNG Converter, which translates all Photoshop supported raw photo formats into the new universal DNG file format, Hasselblad and Leica, along with respected software companies Phase One, DxO Labs, Extensis Portfolio and iView, have rallied around this single unified file format for archiving raw files.
Hasselblad and Leica support Adobe DNG file formatAdobe - Update to DNG specification
Responding to customer and industry feedback, today Adobe announced an update to the Adobe DNG specification. The Adobe DNG specification now gives photographers the ability to embed the original image within the DNG file format directly from the Adobe DNG Converter. This is particularly useful when Adobe DNG is not the original file format within the camera a photographer is shooting with. "Hasselblad and Leica Camera are photo industry icons and innovators and their support for Adobe DNG is great news for professional photographers who want to simplify their Digital Negative workflows," said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Digital Imaging and Digital Video at Adobe. "Adobe will continue to update the Adobe DNG specification as customers and industry partners integrate Adobe DNG into their work and we look forward to their feedback."

Adobe - Hasselblad support DNG file format
"Hasselblad is proud to be one of the first camera manufacturers to support the export of image files to the Adobe DNG format," said Christian Poulsen, CEO at Hasselblad. "Hasselblad has a long history of providing the highest quality cameras for professional photographers who demand the flexibility of customizing their workflow in pursuit of the finest images. Adobe's open DNG specification has given us the added flexibility, enabling Hasselblad images to be compatible with the variety of software applications already supporting Adobe DNG today, as well as with the DNG-compliant software and hardware to come in the future."

Adobe - Leica support DNG file format
"Leica is excited to join Adobe in its effort to preserve the purest form of the digital image for years to come," said Stefan Daniel, Head of Product Management at Leica. "Professional photographers know that Leica can be depended on for our unique combination of longevity and modern digital technology. Our customers have the added assurance that we deliver only the most dependable products that keep pace with technological innovation, without compromising ease of use and versatility. That is why we've committed to simplifying the raw workflow and making the Digital Negative Specification our native format within Leica's new camera models." The first Leica product that supports the Adobe DNG file format will be the Leica Digital Module-R, a unique, interchangeable digital back for Leica's 35mm SLR system.

Adobe - Availability of Adobe DNG file format
The Adobe DNG Converter is available today as a free download at www.adobe.com/dng. In addition, Adobe has posted a public DNG Specification patent license on its Web site at www.adobe.com/products/dng/license.html for individuals or organizations that desire to develop, market or distribute hardware and software that reads, or writes, image files compliant with the DNG Specification.

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