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Canon DSLR - image format


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I have used BKYEOS since its inception.  I now own the latest version.  I set my camera to image RAW only files and the programs desktop registers that same choice unitl the camera cycles through any function such as taking an image.  Any thoughts on what I may be doing wrong.  MY DSLR is a Rebel Xsi  Thanks

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to those who replied to my issue on retaining a RAW only file saving protocol - THANKS - one respondant re-educated me to the fact that the program itself has a file format setting which I had completely forgotten - duh!!!   Thanks for help!

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