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The camera is set up for RAW only (no compression) and BYN is getting Raw+JPG back


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Just starting with BYN with the D850.  Practicing prior to my first outing.  The camera is set up for RAW only (no compression) and BYN is getting Raw+JPG back.  BYN only displays the JPG images.

Is RAW+JPG a "feature" of the D850 when being in a tethered mode?  Or is there some setting in BYN to control this?  In the Camera Information Center it shows "Raw+(some symbol)L".  It also seems to be taking two exposures when set up to take a single exposure.

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First, please do not post your question to a thread from someone with a different issue. It gets confusing if two issues from different people are being discussed in the same thread. Please start a new thread for your issue.

From your description, BYN and your camera is providing both RAW and JPG images to BYN. This is controlled by BYN from the Image Quality setting on the main Settings screen.

If the BYN setting is "In-camera" and the camera is set to RAW+LF (LF means large fine) then both images will be provided. Note that the JPG is created by processing the RAW image in the camera. It is not a second exposure.

If you want only Nikon RAW images to be downloaded, then select RAW from the dropdown.

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Yes, please start your own thread in the future for clarity and consistency. I had to take some time and split your post into a new thread.

One other way to work this is out is go to Settings and select "IN-CAMERA" in the image quality dropdown... and BYN will leave it alone.... by that I mean it won't even change the image quality... it will be up to you to set it int he camera.

As for BYN taking to 2 images you'll need to provide more detail.  I have no clue.

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