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I put the image quality into a Raw and i cant dowload in my computer.it says that theres no picture taken but theres a lot of pictures in the camera.i dont know what will i gonna do because i cant dowload all my pic.

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  • kakima Aug 06, 2010

    What make camera? What operating system on the computer? How are you trying to download?

    You can use the operating system's normal drag&drop procedures to copy files from the camera to the computer.

    Viewing the RAW pictures is another matter. Most operating systems need an additional codec in order to display RAWs. Camera manufacturers provide viewers, as do many third-party photo viewers and editors.

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You need a raw converter or a photo editing program like Photoshop Elements with its own raw converter to open it.

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