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I cannot get RAW file from my 1000D. It only save jpeg.

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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.

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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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