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About this app

Convert all major raw photo file-formats into DNG, JPEG or TIFF - while maintaining full metadata.

DOES NOT SUPPORT CR3 YET - the CR3 format is a proprietary Canon format that does not have open-source support yet and Canon is not releasing specifications.

Import raw photos from the camera directly per Wifi-connection (camera must support wifi and PTP/IP protocol).

Compress phone camera DNGs by ~60% without loss of information.

When converting to DNG, the files maintain full raw quality but can be directly imported into photo-editors like Snapseed, Lightroom, etc. This enables a fully mobile raw workflow directly from the camera, without losing the raw-quality of the pictures.

- Supports all major raw photo formats (ex some Fuji, see below) and latest DNG-version (v1.4)
- Also supports conversion to JPEG/TIFF including full metadata
- Supports wifi-import on wifi-enabled PTP/IP-capable cameras (e.g., Sony) - no USB cable required
- Supports writing to external SD-card on Android 7+
- Supports DNG-to-DNG conversion to losslessly compress DNG-pictures taken with the phone camera (e.g., by ~60% on Samsung's S6 & S7)
- Also supports copying raws without conversion - backup your raws on your phone over wifi
- Is especially optimised for Sony's A7 (ILCE-7) camera - supports CA and lens-correction profiles that Sony embeds in the raw-files
- Supports (optional) application of camera profile files (dcp-format)
- Can read raw files directly from a connected camera if mounted as USB mass storage

Please note: Many Fuji-cameras do not convert correctly due to their complex/non-standard sensor pattern.

Disclaimer: Lightroom is a trademarks of Adobe, Snapseed is a trademark of Google. This application is not associated with either.
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Oct 11, 2018

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A Google user
October 8, 2018
I suppose if you have no other way to convert your raw files this app would be a little better than nothing. But I need something to both view my Sony raw files on my Loveno pad, and to delete the ones I don't need taking up space as well. On the viewing part, this app does give you two options, which I am calling tiny, and small. The tiny setting only shows that you indeed have some photos in a folder. The next size up is rather small, but it would be good enough for me at least to see my photos well enought to be able to delete thoe files I don't need to keep. But, guess what? There is no "delete" option! Or none that I could find anyway. So I am chalking this one up to a good idea that needs some serious development. The developers need to add some basic viewing features and a couple of other things that anyone who is trying to manage their photos to even the most elementary degree is always going to need.
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Fima Gena
October 11, 2018
It also doesn't do email and does not order your groceries either... It's not meant to be a file manager or viewer. There are plenty of those already, including some very good ones. Suggest you try one of them.
Egehan Atbakan
August 18, 2022
The app seems user friendly and easy to use. However I get this errır and couldn't find how to fix it: "IMG_5524.CR2": Error during conversion: /storage/emulated/0/Download/IMG_5524.CR2: Call to `mmap' failed: No such device (errno = 19) If someone could help me it would be great!
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Enrique Lin
August 13, 2021
The dng files it converted tend to have a green-ish overcast. The exposure is often 1~2EV lower than the actual raw image. When I open the dng files in Snapseed, the resolution is very low (looks like the preview res). But the exported file has the proper resolution. I really appreciate what this app offers. But it is hard for me to continue using it since all my dng files converted from CR2 have weird color issues. Note: I open all dng files in Snapseed.
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What's new

Support for wifi-import from Canon cameras.

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