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Panasonic DC-TZ202D

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    Jack W
    Admin

    This is treated as a different camera and support would have to be implemented for this particular model, separate from the TZ202.

  • Keith R
    Top Commenter

    How are you importing the files? And which version of Capture One are you using?

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  • René Büchi

    Hi Keith, thank you for your quick response.

    For the import, I use the import button. In the resulting fiile viewer, I can only see the jpg-Files, not the rw2's of the new Panasonic camera.  I am using sessions.

    I also tried the following: 

    a) download a sample .rw2-file of the camera DC-TC202 (without 'D'). 

    b) try to import into session: all worked fine.

    I am using Capture One 23 Pro Version 16.1.2.44.

    Attached two screenshots: 

    C1_1.jpg: C1's import window, only showing jpg's

    C1_2.jpg: Windows File viewer with the contents of the selected directory, showing jpg's and rw2's.

    Hope it helps

    rené

     

     

     

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  • Keith R
    Top Commenter

    I think that the DC-TZ202D is a very different camera than the one noted here:

    Your camera was not released until September 2022:

    that's around 5 years after version 11 was released, so clearly the camera shown in the Capture One support page isn't the one you're using now - yours isn't supported, apparently.

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  • René Büchi

    Hi Keith

    No, I don't think the 202D is totally different from the 202, which is supported by Capture One.

    According to some information in German (https://www.digitalkamera.de/Meldung/Panasonic_Lumix_DC-TZ202D_lost_TZ202_ab/13269.aspx) the only difference is the monitor on the backside with a better resolution. Panasonic had to act, since the old monitor wasn't available any more.

    Do you think, Capture One will support the 202D-RAW's in the near future?

    Happy easter days

    rené

     

     

     

     

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  • Keith R
    Top Commenter

    None of the "similarity" matters, René - in support terms, it's a different camera, and one which Capture One doesn't currently handle.

    The one which is supported is more than 5 years older than yours, and that's a lifetime in camera terms - I'd be horrified if Panasonic has simply rebadged a "prehistoric" camera. 

    As to whether support will be provided - no idea. I'm a user, just like you.

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  • Jack W
    Admin

    René Büchi Could I get you to send over a few RAW files so that I can verify the behavior of this? You can just send a download link in a comment and I'll take a look, if that's ok with you.

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  • René Büchi

    Hi Jack

    thank you for your interest in the problem.

    I put some pictures of our new Panasonic DC-TZ202D (each as JPG and RW2) on my Synology Photodisk. You can download one or many of them using this Link:

    http://randbphoto.quickconnect.to/mo/sharing/x85ouJboF

    (neither User-ID nor PWD needed)

    If something isn't working as expected, don't hesitate to contact me again.

    rené

     

     

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  • FirstName LastName

    I confirm TZ202D is the same camera as TZ202/TZ200 etc. Panasonic only replaced the display because the original one was not available anymore.

    If you change the camera model to DC-TZ200 with exiftool it opens just fine.

    exiftool -model="DC-TZ200" myfile.RW2

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  • René Büchi

    Tank you. I have been succesful with:

    exiftool -model="DC-TZ200" *.rw2

    Have a good christmas time.

     

     

     

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