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iphoto 09 update compatibility with panasonic camera


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I'm looking into buying a new digital camera and was looking at the panasonic lumix dmc-FZ35. I've read a few reviews on a couple of sites that said iphoto would not read, play, or display pictures or video from this cameras operating system. I was looking for a link that shows the compability of iphoto 09' (8.1.2) and if this was fixed with the new update.

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The Panasonic site states the FZ35/38 works with iMovie and iPhoto

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I have that camera and it works with iPhoto or iMovie.
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The RAW format that this camera outputs is not compatible with iPhoto or iMove, not even Aperture supports it.
So if you just shoot jpg you should have no problems.

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