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I've got problem, I've tried to save raw picture (cr2) as tif format. Raw has 5760x3840 but tif always has 3960x2640, I think it could be set in Raw Camera, only way I found is set size manualy to 5760x3840, but it isn't convinient because when size will be other I'll have to change it again. Doesn't have any option which allow us to don't change the picture size, it always have to do it manualy?

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   It's medium raw, bellow is in exif, but actually something strange is there from me:

There is a setting in the camera for Medium Raw - 3960 x 2640.

See the clip below from DPReview - Canon EOS 5D Mark III Review: Digital Photography Review

So you have change the setting from MRAW to Raw in the camera to get the full resolution.

Option

Values / Actions

Notes

Shooting tab 1
Quality • RAW
-
RAW
MRAW
SRAW
• JPEG
-
Large Fine
Large Normal
Medium Fine
Medium Normal
Small1 Fine
Small1 Normal
Small2
Small3

- JPEG Large = 5760 x 3840
- JPEG Medium = 3840 x 2560
- JPEG Small1 = 2880 x 1920
- JPEG Small2 = 1920 x 1280
- JPEG Small3 = 720 x 480


- RAW = 5760 x 3840
- MRAW = 3960 x 2640
- SRAW = 2880 x 1920

Turn front dial to change RAW image, turn rear dial for JPEG.

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PS always downsize picture

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Hello

I've got problem, I've tried to save raw picture (cr2) as tif format. Raw has 5760x3840 but tif always has 3960x2640, I think it could be set in Raw Camera, only way I found is set size manualy to 5760x3840, but it isn't convinient because when size will be other I'll have to change it again. Doesn't have any option which allow us to don't change the picture size, it always have to do it manualy?

ps.jpg

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Correct answer by Per Berntsen | Adobe Community Professional

   It's medium raw, bellow is in exif, but actually something strange is there from me:

There is a setting in the camera for Medium Raw - 3960 x 2640.

See the clip below from DPReview - Canon EOS 5D Mark III Review: Digital Photography Review

So you have change the setting from MRAW to Raw in the camera to get the full resolution.

Option

Values / Actions

Notes

Shooting tab 1
Quality • RAW
-
RAW
MRAW
SRAW
• JPEG
-
Large Fine
Large Normal
Medium Fine
Medium Normal
Small1 Fine
Small1 Normal
Small2
Small3

- JPEG Large = 5760 x 3840
- JPEG Medium = 3840 x 2560
- JPEG Small1 = 2880 x 1920
- JPEG Small2 = 1920 x 1280
- JPEG Small3 = 720 x 480


- RAW = 5760 x 3840
- MRAW = 3960 x 2640
- SRAW = 2880 x 1920

Turn front dial to change RAW image, turn rear dial for JPEG.

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Uncheck the box next to "Dostosuj rozmiar", and the pixel dimensions will not be changed.

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This box was unchecked by default and all of images have been changed to 3960x2640

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I've tried to set higher size 25MP, but image was scalled to 6123x4082 😕

option Don't enlarge [Nie powiększaj] set size to default it means 3960x2640

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This box was unchecked by default and all of images have been changed to 3960x2640

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This screenshot shows that you are using a camera which takes 10,5 megapixel pictures, or you have set the camera to take that format.

(3960 x 2640 = 10.5 million)

So if you want to enlarge, you have to check the Dostosuj rozmiar box and enter the dimensions.

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(since I don't speak Polish )

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This can only mean two things.

  • Either this is the real size out of the camera. If so, it would look and behave exactly like this. Are you sure they are not jpegs, or some "small" raw variety?
  • Or there is a corrupt preferences file. I can't recall how you reset ACR preferences - anyone?

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I think it's something wrong with PS, too,

It's medium raw, bellow is in exif, but actually something strange is there from me:

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Filename - IMG_000001.CR2

ImageWidth - 5760

ImageLength - 3840

BitsPerSample - 8 8 8

Compression - 6 (JPG)

Make - Canon

Model - Canon EOS 5D Mark III

StripOffset - 91232

Orientation - Top left

StripByteCount - 2082829

XResolution - 72

YResolution - 72

ResolutionUnit - Inch

DateTime - 2000:01:01 02:58:39

Artist -

Copyright -

ExifOffset - 446

ExposureTime - 1/160 seconds

FNumber - 7.10

ExposureProgram - Manual control

ISOSpeedRatings - 400

Recommended Exposure Index - 400

ExifVersion - 0230

DateTimeOriginal - 2000:01:01 02:58:39

DateTimeDigitized - 2000:01:01 02:58:39

ComponentsConfiguration - YCbCr

ShutterSpeedValue - 1/166 seconds

ApertureValue - F 7.03

ExposureBiasValue - 0

MeteringMode - Center weighted average

Flash - Flash not fired, compulsory flash mode

FocalLength - 70 mm

UserComment -

SubsecTime - 00

SubsecTimeOriginal - 00

SubsecTimeDigitized - 00

FlashPixVersion - 0100

ColorSpace - Uncalibrated/Unknown (-1)

ExifImageWidth - 3960

ExifImageHeight - 2640

InteroperabilityOffset - 69800

FocalPlaneXResolution - 2710.47

FocalPlaneYResolution - 2716.05

FocalPlaneResolutionUnit - Inch

CustomRendered - Normal process

ExposureMode - Manual

White Balance - Manual

SceneCaptureType - Standard

Owner Name -

Lens Info - 70  70  0  0

Lens Model - 70mm

Lens Serial Number - 0000000000

GPS information: -

GPSVersionID - 2.3.0.0

Maker Note (Vendor): -

Macro mode - Normal

Self timer - Off

Quality - RAW

Flash mode - Not fired

Sequence mode - Single or Timer

Focus mode - MF

Image size - Large

Easy shooting mode - Manual

Digital zoom - None

Contrast - Normal

Saturation - Normal

Sharpness - Low , -32769

ISO Value - 32767

Metering mode - Center weighted

Focus type - Auto

AF point selected - 0

Exposure mode - Manual

Focal length - 70 - 70 mm (1 mm)

Flash activity - Not fired

Flash details -

Focus mode 2 - 65535

Auto ISO - 100

Base ISO - 400

White Balance - Fluorescent

Sequence number - 0

Camera Temperature - 27 C

Flash bias - 0 EV

Subject Distance - 0.00

Image Type - Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Firmware Version - Firmware Version 1.2.3

Owner Name -

Sharpness (EOS 1D) - 0

Directory index (EOS 450D) - 0

File index (EOS 450D) - 1

AF point selected - Off (Manual Focus)

Num AF Points - 61

Valid AF Points - 61

AF Image Width - 5760

AF Image Height - 3840

File number - 000 - 0000

Sharpness (A0) - 3

Thumbnail: -

JpegIFOffset - 80324

JpegIFByteCount - 10908

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   It's medium raw, bellow is in exif, but actually something strange is there from me:

There is a setting in the camera for Medium Raw - 3960 x 2640.

See the clip below from DPReview - Canon EOS 5D Mark III Review: Digital Photography Review

So you have change the setting from MRAW to Raw in the camera to get the full resolution.

Option

Values / Actions

Notes

Shooting tab 1
Quality • RAW
-
RAW
MRAW
SRAW
• JPEG
-
Large Fine
Large Normal
Medium Fine
Medium Normal
Small1 Fine
Small1 Normal
Small2
Small3

- JPEG Large = 5760 x 3840
- JPEG Medium = 3840 x 2560
- JPEG Small1 = 2880 x 1920
- JPEG Small2 = 1920 x 1280
- JPEG Small3 = 720 x 480


- RAW = 5760 x 3840
- MRAW = 3960 x 2640
- SRAW = 2880 x 1920

Turn front dial to change RAW image, turn rear dial for JPEG.

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ok., its' everythig clear now, IrfanView had mislead us,  it save raw as tif in  5760 x 3840 resolution, and we don't know why and where is problem

thanks a lot

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