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RAW images are “raw” (unprocessed) data, recorded with essentially no loss
of image quality from the camera’s internal image processing. Use the included
software to adjust RAW images as desired with minimal loss of image quality.
z Press the m button, choose in the menu,
and choose the desired option (p. 40).
Shooting RAW Images
Still Images
Records JPEG images. JPEG images are processed in the camera for optimal
image quality and compressed to reduce file size. However, the compression
process is irreversible, and images cannot be restored to their original,
unprocessed state. Image processing may also cause some loss of image quality.
Records RAW images. RAW images are “raw” (unprocessed) data, recorded with
essentially no loss of image quality from the camera’s image processing. The data
cannot be used in this state for viewing or printing on a computer. You must first use
the included software (Digital Photo Professional) to convert images to ordinary
JPEG or TIFF files. Images can be adjusted with minimal loss of image quality.
For details on resolution and the number of shots that will fit on a card, see
“Specifications” in the Getting Started guide.
Records two images, both a RAW image and a JPEG image, for each shot.
The JPEG image can be printed or viewed on a computer without using the
included software.
When transferring RAW images (or RAW and JPEG images recorded
together) to a computer, always use the included software (p. 26).
Digital zoom (p. 51), date stamps (p. 54), and red-eye reduction
(p. 58) are set to [Off] in and modes. Additionally, i-Contrast
(p. 163), My Colors (p. 102) and noise reduction level (p. 96) settings
are not available.
The aspect ratio setting (p. 56) is only applied to JPEG images. RAW images
are always shot at an aspect ratio of .
To erase images, display the image and press
button (p. 152). Choose
from [Erase ], [Erase JPEG], or [Erase +JPEG] to erase the image.
The file extension for JPEG images is .JPG, and the extension for RAW images
is .CR2.