RAW support on 1+2 ??


Who would like to see it

  1. Yes , I would like it

    26 vote(s)
  2. No , I never used it

    3 vote(s)
  1. shenan24
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015

    shenan24 , Jul 28, 2015 :
    I was just going through the 1+2 specs and noticed that there is no RAW support . Will this be added later ??

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  2. element02
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015

  3. shenan24
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015

  4. louiee
    Cupcake Jul 28, 2015

    louiee , Jul 28, 2015 :
    It would be very displeasing if the OPT did not have Raw support, however I don't think they would leave it out

  5. element02
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015

  6. i5xswipe
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 28, 2015

    i5xswipe , Jul 28, 2015 :
    It was publically stated by Oneplus, RAW support is coming in a future OTA. It currently does not have this feature. Remember Oxygen is very early in development. It is very much vanilla.

  7. fotografefx
    Eclair Jul 28, 2015

    fotografefx , Jul 28, 2015 :
    RAW files are one of the standards, which Adobe uses in PS and Lightroom ; been around for years, but mostly in high-end digital cameras it first. OPO was one of the first of the smartphones to be able to capture this digital image file type (although some one of the forums said that another phone has it now?) It's amazing what you can do with RAW files, when you bracket about 3 to 5 images, and open in, say, Lightroom or PS (I'm sure there are others, but I never use them); you can produce some fantastic HDR photos, using just the amount of highlights, shadows and mid-tones into one image. Trust me when I tell you, it's an art form in the right hands, vs. what you get in software, even then you choose that setting on some of todays phone.

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  8. fotografefx
    Eclair Jul 28, 2015

  9. shenan24
    Honeycomb Jul 29, 2015

    shenan24 , Jul 29, 2015 :
    yeah man that made me think before getting the s6 edge after using the OPO . Let's hope that we would have an OTA or that it will be shipped with it

  10. sleepdragonone
    KitKat Jul 29, 2015

    sleepdragonone , Jul 29, 2015 :
    Yes, it's uncooked, it's very raw.

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  11. johnny.tran
    Honeycomb Jul 29, 2015

    johnny.tran , Jul 29, 2015 :
    As a photographer myself id like it. Would be nice to be able to edit the photos in lightroom or photoshop. A nice pocket camera!

  12. EpicSwirly
    Jul 29, 2015

  13. armmani2001
    KitKat Jul 29, 2015

    armmani2001 , Jul 29, 2015 :
    I saw in a review i guess Android Authority they said it has it but Oneplus has not mentioned it in the specs page!

  14. shenan24
    Honeycomb Jul 29, 2015

    shenan24 , Jul 29, 2015 :
    thanks for the link man . hopefully I'll have the before september :D

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  15. Versed
    Honeycomb Jul 29, 2015

  16. dxan_lam16
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 29, 2015

    dxan_lam16 , Jul 29, 2015 :
    Same here.

  17. shenan24
    Honeycomb Jul 29, 2015

    shenan24 , Jul 29, 2015 :
    manual camera has it but the feature has to be activated on the OS

  18. fotografefx
    Eclair Jul 30, 2015

    fotografefx , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Maybe we could start a thread, or, better yet, a conversation about just the camera specs. and how to get the best image files possible with the ONO + ONT. I have found a couple apps that provide some nice features, and I really get a hoot out of this camera/phone/computer, and providing the best image files possible ; any others ?

  19. p51d007
    KitKat Jul 30, 2015

    p51d007 , Jul 30, 2015 :
    I shoot EVERYTHING in raw in my dSLR. In my opinion, I rather process (develop) my images (film) the way I see fit, not how some software engineer thinks it should be. Plus, with raw, if you screw up a photo, say shooting a foreground subject, with a bright background, with a processed JPEG photo, the foreground subject will be very dark, and or the background can be washed out. With raw and photoshop (I use) or lightroom, you can post process the image, bring out the darkened foreground shadows, and darken up the blown highlights. It's amazing how you can take a "oh crap I screwed up" photo, and make it into a usable photograph.