List of cameras supporting a raw format

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Still cameras[edit]

The following digital cameras allow photos to be taken and saved in at least one raw image format. Some cameras support more than one, usually a proprietary format and Digital Negative (DNG).

Agfa[edit]

Canon[edit]

Name Alternative Name 1 Alternative Name 2 Comments
Canon EOS-1D
Canon EOS-1D Mark II
Canon EOS-1D Mark III
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Canon EOS-1Ds
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
Canon EOS-1D X
Canon EOS 5D
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EOS 10D
Canon EOS 20D
Canon EOS 30D
Canon EOS 40D
Canon EOS 50D
Canon EOS 60D
Canon EOS 70D
Canon EOS D30
Canon EOS D60
Canon EOS 300D EOS Kiss Digital EOS Digital Rebel
Canon EOS 350D EOS Kiss Digital N EOS Digital Rebel XT
Canon EOS 400D EOS Kiss Digital X EOS Digital Rebel XTi
Canon EOS 450D EOS Kiss Digital X2 EOS Digital Rebel XSi
Canon EOS 500D EOS Kiss Digital X3 EOS Digital Rebel T1i
Canon EOS 550D EOS Kiss Digital X4 EOS Digital Rebel T2i
Canon EOS 600D EOS Kiss Digital X5 EOS Digital Rebel T3i
Canon EOS 650D EOS Kiss Digital X6i (Japan) EOS Digital Rebel T4i (America)
Canon EOS 700D EOS Kiss Digital X7i (Japan) EOS Digital Rebel T5i (America)
Canon EOS 1000D EOS Kiss Digital F EOS Digital Rebel XS
Canon EOS 1100D EOS Kiss Digital X50 EOS Digital Rebel T3
Canon PowerShot A450 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A460 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A470 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A480 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A530 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A540 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A550 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A560 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A570 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A590 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A610 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A620 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A630 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A640 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A650 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A700 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A710 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A720 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A1100 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot A2000 IS Canon Powershot A4000 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot G1
Canon PowerShot G2
Canon PowerShot G3
Canon PowerShot G5
Canon PowerShot G6
Canon PowerShot G7 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot G9 native or using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot G10
Canon PowerShot G11 native or using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot G12
Canon PowerShot G1 X
Canon PowerShot Pro1
Canon PowerShot Pro90 IS
Canon PowerShot S2 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot S3 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot S5 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot S30
Canon PowerShot S60
Canon PowerShot S70
Canon PowerShot S90 native or using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot S95
Canon PowerShot S100
Canon PowerShot S110
Canon PowerShot SD30 Digital IXUS iZoom IXY Digital L3 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD300 Digital IXUS 40 IXY Digital 50 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD400 Digital IXUS 50 IXY Digital 55 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD450 Digital IXUS 55 IXY Digital 60 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD500 Digital IXUS 700 IXY Digital 600 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD550 Digital IXUS 750 IXY Digital 700 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital IXUS 60 IXY Digital 70 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD630 Digital IXUS 65 IXY Digital 80 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD700 IS Digital IXUS 800 IS IXY Digital 800 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital IXUS 75 IXY Digital 90 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD780 IS Digital IXUS 100 IS IXY Digital 210 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD790 IS Digital IXUS 90 IS IXY Digital 95 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD800 IS Digital IXUS 850 IS IXY Digital 900 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD850 IS Digital IXUS 950 IS IXY Digital 810 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD870 IS Digital IXUS 860 IS IXY Digital 910 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD880 IS Digital IXUS 870 IS IXY Digital 920 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD890 IS Digital IXUS 970 IS IXY Digital 820 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD950 IS Digital IXUS 960 IS IXY Digital 2000 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD990 IS Digital IXUS 980 IS IXY Digital 3000 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD1000 Digital IXUS 70 IXY Digital 10 using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS Digital IXUS 80 IS IXY Digital 20 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SX 1 IS as of Firmware ver. 2.0.0.0 2009-03-02, or CHDK
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SX20 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SX50 HS (Superzoom, released 2012)
Canon PowerShot SX100 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SX110 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SX130 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot SX200 IS using CHDK firmware
Canon PowerShot TX1 using CHDK firmware

Casio[edit]

Fujifilm[edit]

Imacon[edit]

Hasselblad[edit]

Kodak[edit]

Konica[edit]

  • Konica Digital Revio KD-400Z (MK77/2118) - undocumented raw image file mode, erroneously using the JPG file extension, convertible to MRW
  • Konica Revio KD-410Z (MK12) - undocumented raw image file mode, erroneously using the JPG file extension, convertible to MRW
  • Konica Revio KD-420Z (ML42) - undocumented raw image file mode, erroneously using the JPG file extension, convertible to MRW
  • Konica Digital Revio KD-500Z (MK86) - undocumented raw image file mode, erroneously using the JPG file extension, convertible to MRW
  • Konica Revio KD-510Z (ML22) - undocumented raw image file mode, erroneously using the JPG file extension, convertible to MRW

Konica Minolta[edit]

Kyocera[edit]

Leaf[edit]

Leica[edit]

Minolta[edit]

Nikon[edit]

Nikon DSLR series[edit]

Nikon MILC series[edit]

Nikon Coolpix series with at least 10 megapixels[edit]

Nikon Coolpix series below 10 megapixels[edit]

Olympus[edit]

Panasonic[edit]

Pentax[edit]

Phase One[edit]

Polaroid[edit]

Ricoh[edit]

Samsung[edit]

Sigma[edit]

Sony[edit]

Video cameras[edit]

The following moving picture cameras allow audio and video to be shot in at least one uncompressed video, lossless compressed or raw (often similar to raw image format, but also with proprietary YCbCr and RGB coding and/or lossy wavelet compression) format. Some cameras support more than one, usually their own proprietary format plus either a (clean) HDMI format, QuickTime-based movie file (with open and/or proprietary codec) or DPX files sequences.

Uncompressed video formats are usually in (clean) HDMI formats or similar formats transferred via Serial digital interface (SDI or HD-SDI).

ARRI[edit]

With proprietary ArriRaw and HDMI or HD-SDI uncompressed video format.

Blackmagic Design[edit]

  • Blackmagic Cinema Camera
  • Blackmagic Production Camera 4K
  • Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
  • Blackmagic URSA

Bolex[edit]

Canon[edit]

DALSA[edit]

Ikonoskop[edit]

Kinefinity[edit]

Nikon[edit]

All with HDMI uncompressed video formats.

RED[edit]

With proprietary REDCODE raw format with lossy compression for video.

Sony[edit]

Other[edit]

Some Nikon Coolpix cameras which are not advertised as supporting a RAW image format can actually produce usable raw files if switched to a maintenance mode.[8] Note that switching to this mode can invalidate a camera's guarantee. Nikon models with this capability:

E700, E800, E880, E900, E950, E990, E995, E2100, E2500, E3700, E4300, E4500.

Some Canon PowerShot cameras with DiGiC II and certain DiGiC III image processors which are not advertised as supporting a RAW format can actually produce usable raw files with an unofficial open-source firmware add-on by some users.[9]

The Nokia N900 mobile phone has an add on app "Fcam", which allows capture and saving of RAW files in Adobe's DNG format (along with other advanced features usually found in DSLRs). In 2013, Nokia launched Nokia Lumia 1520 and Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphones with DNG RAW format.[10]

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