54 WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE (WDR) Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) retains a greater level of detail in the dark and bright areas of an image. The result is a photo that is properly exposed for both of these extremes. This setting is especially useful for scenes that are backlit or that have large bright regions and a dark foreground. WDR is available only for the Photo capture mode and only when RAW Format is turned off. The options for this setting are Off (default) and On. To access this advanced setting, see Navigating with the Touch Display page 17). RAW FORMAT When this setting is turned on, all photos are captured with an accompanying .jpg image for immediate viewing on your camera or sharing with the Capture app. RAW photos are saved as .gpr files, which are based on the Adobe .dng format. These files can be used in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), version 9.7 or later. You can also use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC (2015.7 release or later) and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6 (version 6.7 or later). RAW Format is available only for the Photo capture mode and only when Wide Dynamic Range is turned off. RAW Format is not available when capturing Continuous photos (that is, when holding down the Shutter button in Photo capture mode) or for Linear FOV. The options for this setting are Off (default) and On. To access this advanced setting, see Navigating with the Touch Display (page 17).