Xperia 1 II finally supports RAW shooting with the latest Apde! Shoot with all three lenses

Sony Mobile’s new 2020 flagship, the Xperia 1 II .

It seems that the cameras, especially the images used with the original camera application “Photgraphy Pro”, are highly evaluated depending on how they are used.

And this time, it seems that the latest firmware update has been provided for part of this Xperia 1 II, and at the same time it is compatible with RAW shooting.

Sony Mobile’s new 2020 flagship, the Xperia 1 II .

It seems that the cameras, especially the images used with the original camera application “Photgraphy Pro”, are highly evaluated depending on how they are used.

And this time, it seems that the latest firmware update has been provided for part of this Xperia 1 II, and at the same time it is compatible with RAW shooting.

It was posted by Reddit user, and this user is using British carrier, O2 version of Xperia 1 II.

This time, after updating to the latest firmware version “58.0.A.3.88”, it is possible to shoot and save RAW images.

By the way, as far as I checked with XperiaFirm, not only this O2 version is provided with the latest version of the firmware, but also the US version and the Russian version.

Therefore, it seems likely that Xperia 1 II in these countries may also support RAW shooting.

RAW shooting with Xperia was possible with past models such as Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 if you use a third-party application, but this is the first Sony genuine application to support it.

According to this information, RAW image shooting is possible with all three lenses: main (wide angle), super wide angle, and telephoto .

However, according to the contributor, the raw image quality of RAW images taken in super wide-angle and telephoto is noticeable, so there may be some unfinished parts.

By the way, the screenshot above seems to come from Photography Pro, but it is said that RAW shooting support in the standard camera app is not so far.

Note that the domestic DOCOMO version SO-51A and au version SOG01 have different firmware version patterns, so it is not possible to simply compare the overseas version with the old version, but as far as I know, there are still updates including this RAW shooting support. Should not.

If so, would it be provided at the same time as the August security patch?

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