This format contains uncompressed RAW images, and it is used to create photos for archival storage. It has a TIFF structure and is distributed with open source. DNG is also used for the intermediate storage of digital images. It is supported by most camera manufacturers. It was developed by Adobe. It can be used to store multiple images, one of which is used for previews.
This format is used to compress TIFF images when sending them via fax machines. This format helps reduce the data transmission time. Group 3 eliminates redundant data during compression in order to reduce file size. The standard 10:1 compression ratio may be increased to the user's preferences, but it can lead to a significant loss of image quality.