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V-Lux1 and iPhoto


tronje

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Actually there is! (Extracted from Apple Help FYI) But not the V-Lux or many others

 

Canon

EOS-1D

EOS-1D Mark II

EOS-1D Mark II N

EOS-1Ds

EOS-1Ds Mark II

EOS 5D

EOS 10D

EOS 20D

EOS 30D **

EOS D30

EOS D60

EOS Kiss Digital

EOS Kiss Digital N

EOS Digital Rebel

EOS Digital Rebel XT

EOS 300D Digital

EOS 350D Digital

PowerShot G3 **

PowerShot G5

PowerShot G6

PowerShot S60

PowerShot S70

PowerShot Pro 1

 

Fuji

FinePix S2 Pro****

FinePix S3 Pro****

 

Leica

Digilux 2

 

Minolta

DiMAGE A1

DiMAGE A2

Dynax 5D***

Dynax 7D

Konica Minolta

Alpha 7****

Maxxum 5D***

Maxxum 7D

 

Nikon

D1

D1X

D1H

D2H

D2Hs

D2X

D2Xs****

D50

D70

D70s

D100

D200 **

E8400

E8700

E8800

 

Olympus

C70Z*

C7000Z*

C8080 Wide Zoom

E-1

E-300

E-330***

E-500***

 

Panasonic

DMC-LC1*

 

Pentax

*ist DL***

 

Sony

DSC-F828

DSC-V3

DSLR-A100****

 

As of 6.0.5 (see iPhoto 'Help') but there have been some additions since. Support is built into the OS. I hope that either the next OS update (due soon) or OSX Leopard will bring a whole raft of new cameras on board

 

You might try a DNG format file?

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