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Old Feb 3, 2017, 7:07 PM   #1
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I have removed card/RAW photos from Canon DSLR, renamed photos and without changing them moved back to card and inserted camera. Canon DSLR can't recognize photos...It can't play them. Why? Anybody can explain this?
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Old Feb 4, 2017, 8:41 AM   #2
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In general, cameras won't display photos they didn't take. It's likely that your camera doesn't recognize those photos as ones it took, so it won't display them.
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The camera is going to want to read the name in the format that it used to create it, so if you have changed it to something else, the camera won't recognize it, particularly if it is a Raw image.
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The camera is going to want to read the name in the format that it used to create it, so if you have changed it to something else, the camera won't recognize it, particularly if it is a Raw image.
Yes - whether you've used Windows or Mac-OS, each will put their own 'mark' onto the format information, thus leaving the camera in a quandary

Sorry - it's put 'em back into the computer or tablet this time for showing clients

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