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I don't understand how to set my new Olympus Pen EPL1 camera on largest size jpeg's without using the RAW setting. What does LF, LN, MN and SN stand for please??? And does one change back to factory settings? Many thanks.

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SOURCE: RAW+L not working

Having the same issue here, are you any further forward with finding a solution?

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SOURCE: Camera set to RAW, but pics showing up as JPEG when viewed,stored

Some cameras will shoot RAW + JPEG, and save a copy of each in a different directory on the card.

Re-check your owners manual, and also check the manufacturer's website for a firmware update...

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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SOURCE: raw file quality not as good as jpeg

RAW quality will always be at least as good as JPEG quality. The reason your JPEGs are coming out sharper is that the camera is actually doing post-processing on the RAW data, performing sharpening, white balance, contrast and brightness adjustment, etc., before saving the JPEG. The RAW data, as the name implies, is taken straight from the sensor, without the sharpening and other post-processing applied to it.

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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SOURCE: When I shoot in Raw + jpeg, no raw filkes show up.

I had the same problem, basically all you need is a RAW converter, the canon software should do and should be provided with the camera and if you havent got that then there is a wide selection of free software on the internet im sure of it just search for it, or a lot easier not to use RAW in the first place...

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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SOURCE: I've done something to my Olympus pen epl1! The

I sounds like you have altered the white balance setting somehow. This will be in the setup menus. You want it set to auto. If it is already on auto, then I would think the camera has a fault.

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