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Photoshop to read Nikon encrypted RAW data

Marc Perton
09.06.05
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Nikon D2XNikon may still be encrypting RAW white balance data, but discussions between Nikon and Adobe have apparently resulted in detente. Nikon has provided Adobe with a "mini-SDK" for accessing the encrypted data (which affects the company's D2X and D2H cameras), and Adobe is poised to release the Camera Raw 3.2 plug-in for Photoshop, which will include the ability to read it. Way to go guys. Now how about releasing that SDK to the rest of the world, Nikon? Or better yet, cut everyone a break and just scrap this whole encrypted RAW thing altogether.

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