unsupported camera


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mattpallante
unsupported camera

Nikon D800 with the new Windows beta 4.1. I get a "unrecognized image format, unsupported camera" message trying to open my NEF raw files. What do I need to do?

tex
You shouldn't need to do

You shouldn't need to do anything, that's supposed to be a supported camera.  Bug.

kleajmp
Canon EOS 5D

On Ubuntu Mint 17.3 I get this message: "unrecognized image format, unsupported camera"

I'm sure the camera is supported.

Also I get the message at startup: "Couldn't link with native library DCRaw (GOMP 4.0 not found).

How can I install that library? What is the package name?

greerd
Hi Kleajmp