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Old Apr 30, 2007, 5:10 PM   #11
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I don't believe that a photo kisok would even "see" the RAWs. Microsoft Camera Scanner and Camera Wizard, Epson File Manager, Roxio PhotSuite and Paint Shop Photo Album don't. But, I certainly could be wrong. Can you put JPGs and RAWs in different folders on the card?
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Old May 2, 2007, 3:19 PM   #12
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I don't believe that a photo kisok would even "see" the RAWs. Microsoft Camera Scanner and Camera Wizard, Epson File Manager, Roxio PhotSuite and Paint Shop Photo Album don't. But, I certainly could be wrong. Can you put JPGs and RAWs in different folders on the card?
AAwww, come on dwaldmann,,, you,re talking to a digi newbie technaphobe ere! M8

ps ,took a card into Asda Superstore in Fleetwood, as a review in one of the mags rekoned that they did the best prints, at best price and best service.



I thought I,ll take some test pics and get em done at Asdas, asked the guy to run it through, and he said ," you do it yourself on that machine.

Here,says he, I,ll show ya,,old on a minuet, it,s a 2 gig card"

Yes, I had noticed ,says I,,,,,



Well you,ll have no luck here,it wont touch owt over 1 gig..



! gig ,says I, thats not much ,with the cards getting a lot bigger than that.

Well thats all it will take....Thanks for nowt says I , ! bloody gig...ohh well.:evil:
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