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Hello,It is good to hear that you are satisfied with the performance of MLVApp.Many photographers use RAW format because it is a high quality file format. However, you have to process RAW data in order to get a high quality photo.

RAW data is processed by the camera itself. So, you do not need an additional software for processing RAW files.

MLVApp does not process RAW files. It processes DNG files which are converted from RAW data. When exporting DNG, all settings you did in MLVApp are NOT exported, becaues DNG is not processed RAW data.

So, if you want to export a photo in high quality, please shoot in RAW format and then process it with an external software that supports RAW format such as Adobe Lightroom or Adobe Photoshop.

We hope this information helps you.Looking forward to hearing from you again soon!

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I've got a Macbook Pro running macOS Sierra and a Canon EOS 7D which can read exFAT cards. I was using an 8GB PNY exFAT card in my 7D as the primary card. I had a backup of that card on my MacBook. The problem started when I downloaded Apple's macOS Sierra 10.12.1 update. After that, when I put the exFAT card back into my camera and turned it on, the camera gave me an "SD error" message and would not read the card.

The first thing I tried was reformatting the card with Disk Utility on my Mac as FAT32. That didn't solve the problem. Then I put the card into a USB adapter and plugged it into my Windows laptop to see if Windows could read it. Sure enough, Windows was able to read everything on the card just fine (I think it was even able to play music files I had stored on there). But still, the camera simply refused to acknowledge the existence of this card. www.imybkexperience.com www.mykfc-experience.com www.mybpcreditcard.one


This struck me as odd because my Macbook Pro is supposed to be able to read exFAT drives just fine (exFAT being one of those Microsoft-based formats that is supposed to be Mac-compatible).

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Hardware and Accessories / Re: Looking for a cage - EOS M
« on: January 02, 2022, 08:10:46 AM »
So, I've had my EOS M for a little over a month now and I'm pretty happy with it. I love the mirrorless design but I need something to protect it while I'm toting it around. The only problem is that well, there isn't a lot of choices out there. Now don't get me wrong, there are plenty of bags, cases and pouches out there but the vast majority of them are designed for Canon and Nikon DSLR's.

I've tried a couple of these cases on for size but the problem is that they just don't fit properly so I end up having to force them in or have them pop off when moving around. Unfortunately, in the case of some camera bags, they're made to fit specific cameras such as the Nikon D800 and the Canon 5D Mark II which are both significantly larger than my EOS M.

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