Among the various lens and camera settings it also records beyond just the sensor data, the raw file includes the film simulation information you use for your jpeg files large image and preview sizes (embedded thumbnail). Some raw converters use this to give you an initial idea of what the image looks like. Depending on which converter you have, you can change that film simulation, but the jpeg thumbnail removal is not recommended because the other converters cannot open the file without that pr
ALL: it only works with Microsoft Edge Browser on Mac. I downloaded and it works...
macOS： Google Meet (Chrome/Edge*), Teams (Chrome/Edge*), Skype (Chrome/Edge*), Zoom (Chrome/Edge*), Messenger Rooms (Chrome/Edge*), LINE、OBS Studio ＊Chromium Edge
All I can say is I had the screen open on the camera and when the camera was realizing it was supposed to connect I pressed a few random buttons. I don’t know if canceling and going back in did it or if I had to confirm something. The wording is kind of hard to understand on those screens on the camera itself. But after messing around with it like that for a few minutes I heard the familiar shutter sound meaning it was about to connect to the iOS device. So far it has been working fine just like
I recently got myself a fuji x-t3 and my raw files arent flat like they should. They come with my jpg look embeded already. Is there a way to change this?
(Btw i am using capture one and lightroom)
thanks for the attention