The mobile app also added the ability to use the dual lens camera in iPhone 7 Plus. Not just that, everything else such as noise profiles, lens, color etc have also been improved to capture the perfect RAW image in DNG format. Yes, the in-app camera will now allow you to take the photos in DNG format which is an Open Source Raw format of Adobe. It will allow you capture the image in the best quality possible besides providing you a huge flexibility while editing.
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If you need these functions to work in your iOS device, you must own a one with 12 MP primary camera running on the latest iOS 10. To remind you, it works on iPad Pro 9.7, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6S Plus that runs on iOS 10.
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