Two hot cameras, a mainstream Nikon SLR and a high-end Sony compact, are on the list of models whose raw images Mac software such as iPhoto and Aperture now can handle.
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Many of the new higher-end cameras that emerged at Photokina now are supported by Adobe's software for photo editing and cataloging, including Canon's EOS T4i, Fujifilm's X-E1, the Leica S, and the Nikon 1 J2.
ColorWare lets you customize a Leica D-Lux 5 compact cam, including the snapper's front, back, sides, top panel, port door, hot shoe insert, and lens cap.
Apple has released version 3.5 of its Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update, which includes support for several new cameras including Nikon's D700 and COOLPIX P7000.
Latest version of Adobe's raw-processing software supports Canon's newest SLR and gets built-in profiles to give images a better look.
Adobe's software now can process raw images from Canon's new full-frame SLR. For everyone else, gets support for camera profiles that improve colors.