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The recorded images by TIFF and RAW cannot be printed

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When printing the recorded images directly from the card slot of the printer, the printer which does not support TIFF and RAW cannot print those image files. Print the images with an application software which supports those file formats.

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TIFF

According to the manual, you cannot change the file type, as it only can save images in JPEG or RAW format.

You can, however save the images in RAW format, and convert them with the supplied software.

Please refer to page 80 of the user guide.

If you don't have the manual, you can download / view it here:

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=222&modelid=15669#DownloadDetailAc
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How many images can the DiMAGE A2 capture using a 256MB memory card ?

In general, storage capacity depends on which image size and quality you have selected. For your information, here is the number of images recordable in a 256MB Compact Flash in the respective image size and quality. Since the image size may vary depending on scenes and subjects, these are approximate values only. Image size 3264x2448 / 3264x2176 / 2560x1920 / 2080x1560 /1600x1200 / 640x480 Std: 106 / 118 / 167 / 243 / 381 / 1043 FINE: 61 / 69 / 99 / 146 / 235 / 781 X.FIN: 31 / 35 / 50 / 75 / 124 / 594 TIFF: 10 / 11 / 17 / 25 / 43 / 245 RAW and JPEG: 15 / 16 / 17 / 18 / 19 / 20 RAW: 21 Movie : Image size 544x408 / 320x240 Movie(15fps) : 7 min. 9 sec / 13 min. 44 sec Movie(30fps) : 4 min. 15 sec / 7 min. 3 sec
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What size will the recorded image file be?

In general, the file size of captured image depends on which image size and quality you have selected. Since the image size may vary depending on scenes and subjects, these are approximate values only. Image size 2560x1920 / 2080x1560 /1600x1200 / 640x480 Std: 1,491KB /1,025KB / 656KB / 240KB FINE: 2,520KB /1,704KB / 1,058KB / 320 KB X.FIN: 4,920KB / 3,289KB / 1,995KB / 420KB TIFF: 14,520KB / 9,506KB / 5,625KB / 900KB RAW: 7,373KB Movie: 522KB/s
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In what file format does the DiMAGE 7i save the captured images?

images are saved in the following format. Econ / Standard / Fine: JPEG (.jpg) Super Fine: TIFF (.tif) RAW: RAW (.mrw) Movie: Motion JPEG (.mov) Audio recording: WAVE (.wav) Symbols in brackets represent the file extension. Thumbnail data (.thm) is also saved for TIFF, Movie and RAW files.
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Features of each record mode

The details for each record mode are as follows: RAW: RAW data is unprocessed image data in its original state to which white balance, sharpness, contrast, color conversion and other processes have not been applied. CAMEDIA Master can be used to display RAW data and save it in other image formats. A RAW plug-in is also available for Adobe Photoshop which also provides the ability to process images in 32-bit color depth. TIFF: This is the highest-quality mode. images are saved as uncompressed data, which is the best for printing or image processing on a computer. SHQ: This is a high quality mode using the JPEG format. Because the compression rate is very low, high quality images can be stored. HQ: This is a high quality mode using JPEG format, with medium compression. Because the compression rate is higher than SHQ, file sizes are smaller. More images can be saved to a card. The file size can be changed in the 3:2 or Enlarge size mode as well as SHQ. 3:2 Mode: Ordinarily the image aspect ratio is set to 4:3. Due to change the ratio to 3:2, the picture size becomes 2592 x 1728 so that the image can be printed without losing the image borders at a photo lab. 3:2 can be set in the TIFF, SHQ, or HQ mode. SQ1/SQ2: SQ1 is used for resolutions above 1600 x1200 and SQ2 is used for resolutions below 1600 x1200. For both, you can choose high compression to reduce noise or normal compression to save more images.
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Features of each record mode...

The details for each record mode are as follows: RAW: RAW data is unprocessed image data in its original state to which white balance, sharpness, contrast, color conversion and other processes have not been applied. CAMEDIA Master can be used to display RAW data and save it in other image formats. A RAW plug-in is also available for Adobe Photoshop which also provides the ability to process images in 32-bit color depth. TIFF: This is the highest-quality mode. images are saved as uncompressed data, which is the best for printing or image processing on a computer. SHQ: This is a high quality mode using the JPEG format. Because the compression rate is very low, high quality images can be stored. HQ: This is a high quality mode using JPEG format, with medium compression. Because the compression rate is higher than SHQ, file sizes are smaller. More images can be saved to a card. The file size can be changed in the 3:2 or Enlarge size mode as well as SHQ. 3:2 Mode: Ordinarily the image aspect ratio is set to 4:3. Due to change the ratio to 3:2, the picture size becomes 2592 x 1728 so that the image can be printed without losing the image borders at a photo lab. 3:2 can be set in the TIFF, SHQ, or HQ mode. SQ1: SQ1 uses the highest compression for resolutions greater than 1600 x 1200. You can choose high compression to reduce noise or normal compression to save more images. SQ2: SQ2 uses the highest compression for resolutions less than 1600 x 1200. You can choose high compression to reduce noise or normal compression to save more images.
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Can I save images I record using an uncompressed (TIFF) format?

Yes. When displayed, an uncompressed (TIFF) digital image is clearer and higher quality than a compressed (JPEG) image. You should remember, however, that it takes longer to save an uncompressed image, which means that the recording interval between images is longer. Recording Interval with JPEG Format (Compressed):?2 seconds (3072 x 2304, Normal) Recording Interval with TIFF Format (Uncompressed):?65 seconds (3072 x 2304, TIFF) • In the TIFF Mode, you cannot record until the save operation of the previous shot is complete. • The above times are based on save operations using a Panasonic 64MB SD memory card. • The above times are approximate and for reference only. They are not guaranteed. • The actual time required to store images depends on shooting conditions and the memory card you are using.
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