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RAW+L not working

When I select RAW+L (jpeg) format and I take photos, I get 2 identical jpegs and no RAW on memory card. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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  • holdrej Sep 15, 2008

    I have the same problem. When I change from raw to raw + L, I get 2 identical jpegs. The 2 different file names are are distinguished by like this.

    12345.jpg and 12345(1).jpg. They are twice as big as regular jpgs but half the size of CR2 files. ??

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

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