4 years in the waiting, Digital Negative (DNG) - first introduced by Adobe in 2004 as a universal format for the RAW image files generated by digital cameras - has finally arrived on the mobile phone!
Previously, cameras that provide direct DNG support are only available on high-end models from camera manufacturers like Hasselblad, Leica, Pentax (K10D), Ricoh, and Samsung. But now, with Tea Vui Huang's free DNG Phone Camera, you can capture photos directly to the DNG RAW image format from your humble Nokia camera phone.
The DNG images will be saved to the "Images" folder of the microSD card using the default Nokia image file naming format. DNG is supported by Adobe Photoshop CS2, Photoshop CS, Photoshop Elements 3.0/4.0 and DNG Converter software. DNG raw files must first be processed before it can be used to generate a final JPEG or TIFF image.