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Tiff problems Tiff files are color distorted. Also frame is "wrapped". It appears tha the file is truncated with a portion left over on the left side. Should have been part of the main frame.

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  • MikeRossi May 28, 2008

    The color has been reversed on my TIFF files- a bright canary yellow comes in as turquoise blue. Very trippy. The frame is also shifted, with a small portion off the right side appearing on the left, as if it were pushed and came back around. No idea what to do.

  • Anonymous Jun 09, 2008

    I do have exactly same problem and do not use Kingston memory.My card ATP Pro Max is fine with jpeg but not with tiff

  • Grazhoppa Nov 02, 2008

    I couldn't find anything on this when I searched, so I posted a new topic... anyway...

    I get this problem with SanDisk cards of 1GB+, though I can't say I've tried any smaller than that.


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Turns out it was my SanDisk 2 GB memory card- tried a 512 MB card and it worked like a charm

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I still haven't solved the problem completely, but I've narrowed it down to Kingston 2G chips. I have 3 other manufacture brands that do not exhibit the problem. I've contacted Kingston this weekend but need to talk to their second level support team on Monday morning. Will upday you when I get an answer from them.

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