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D40x and TIFF images

I researched to find out if this camera takes TIFF images and
was told more than once it did. Do not find this setting on the Camera. Anyone know if it is described otherwise, or how to set the camera to take TIFF?

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  • oilpainter May 10, 2008

    The program that comes with the camera for exporting TIFF has a problem. It is not compatible with my Fireworks program. I fear that the NEF Raw files are somehow locked to Nikon Picture and the Capture NX programs. When I exported to Fireworks as a Tiff, the Tiff in Fireworks came out with so much noise, it could be heard in England, but no picture could be seen.

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Okay, the D40X does not give a TIFF option. If you have the manual for it, I found the settings options for image size and quality on page 42 of the download version from NikonUSA

You can shoot Raw/NEF

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