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I set my Canon 50d to take large RAW files (cr2) and it is not recognizing them in adobe photoshot cs3. I have tried switching out the card and the same thing happens, i have tried different computers, same thing. However the Canon Utility program that came with the camera recognizes the images however cannot edit them the way you can in photoshop, (so i might as well shoot jpeg) my question is..., is this an internal problem with the camera? it just doesnt make sense?

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The plug in is avail for cs3 but not cs2 you will have to use the canon photo editor software if you have cs2.

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You need to download the Adobe camera raw plug-in for the EOS-50D from their web site, I don't know if the 50D plug-in is available for CS3, it wasn't for CS2,

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