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In the RAW+JPEG mode I just get two jpeg images

I set my 1000d to record RAW+JPEG in the settings menu. However when I take pictures and transfer them to my PC and use the canon digital pro software to view them I have two JPEGS only, no RAW file. In RAW only mode I do get a RAW file. Is this a camera fault or am I missing something.

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  • San Juan Vet May 11, 2010

    Is there any chance you have the a batch import process setup to convert to jpg when you import? Are the jpgs the same size and/or identical? Do you have a card reader that you can use to view the memory card contents outside the software? That would tell you if the camera was making the RAW and JPG files or if it was making two JPG's. You might also try just browsing the camera folder instead of importing, if you don't have a card reader.

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SOURCE: only jpeg on raw+jpeg

This is strange. Is the camera putting the Raw (CR2) files in a different directory somewhere?

Try reading the disk in a reader rather than plugging the camera into the computer, and explore the disk.

If it's really not recording RAWs then I'd call Canon... They're usually very good indeed with photography.

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SOURCE: When I shoot in Raw + jpeg, no raw filkes show up.

I had the same problem, basically all you need is a RAW converter, the canon software should do and should be provided with the camera and if you havent got that then there is a wide selection of free software on the internet im sure of it just search for it, or a lot easier not to use RAW in the first place...

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You need to have software on your computer to process the raw files. Your camera probably came with a software CD or you may have a program on your computer such as Photoshop Elements that can process the raw files.

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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