Sony a6300 Raw Support

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4 thoughts on “Sony a6300 Raw Support”

  1. I don’t see the lens i purchased for my new a6300 listed as a supported lens (Sony E 16-70). Do I need to confirm the lens is supported as well as the software before i decide which to purchase from the above 5 listed ?

    1. Lightroom and Photoshop have their own lens profiles for that lens.

      Capture One reads Sony’s lens profiles if enabled in-camera.

      I personally prefer the way Lightroom and Photoshop allow you to adjust lens profiles (I generally turn off the vignetting correction) but it’s really personal preference.

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