Question about Canon EOS-5D 12.8 Megapixel SLR Digital Camera w/ EF 24-70mm Zoom Telephoto EF 70-200mm f/ Autofocus L
Hello I am new to my new camera, still figuring it all out! And I cant find in my manual where it would help me out with this problem!! I have a Canon EOS 5D camera, I used the (M) "manual exposure" setting instead of the (green box) full auto (I almost always use "full auto" but didn't this time) to shot pictures now my computer and disk says there is no pictures on the card or camera but when I turn the camera on you see all 30 some pics. How do I get them off my camera and on my comp????
When you use the full auto mode, the body take jpeg images in sRGB mode. And it create a different folder for those, but perhaps your computer is tune to get THIS folder. So when you leave the full auto mode, the 5D create a second folder for new images. Try to open directly the 5d volume on your computer (in windows, configuration panel, on a mac, it mount automatically on desktop) and go into DCIM folder. see? there is two folders, aleluia.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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