An FFF file is a raw camera image created by various Hasselblad digital camera models, including H6D-400C MS and X1D II 50C. It stores uncompressed image data exactly how it was captured by the CCD, which allows for higher resolution images than compressed image data. FFF files are typically used by professional photographers because they store higher quality images that can be more accurately edited.
FFF file open in Adobe Photoshop CC 2019
You can open and edit FFF files using various image editing programs, including the software bundled with Hasselblad digital camera purchases. Some other image editors that support FFF files are Microsoft Photos, Apple Preview, and Adobe Photoshop.
Since FFF files store uncompressed image data, the files can become very large, typically in the 100s of MBs range. If you want to share an image captured in an FFF file, you should convert it to a more widely supported format, such as JPEG, PNG, or TIFF. By converting it to one of these formats, your image will also be compressed to a smaller file size, making it easier to share the image online.