Google could soon add support for capturing RAW images to the version 5.3 of its Google Camera app. Android Police has reported this after a closer inspection of the app’ coding where they found hints of the new functionality that was spotted two years ago in the version 3.2 of the Google Camera app. In the v3.2 of the app, the RAW image capture feature was said to have been labelled ‘experimental’ with only a title and a single line description. However, this time, there is a detailed “tutorial” text, which explains that a RAW image is saved as a DNG file that consumes more space but can be edited by using a photo editor supporting the format.
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