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I just discovered that if you crop the image in photoshop you can include all the areas you want... then save as a jpg transport the picture to your desktop. Then just drag and drop your picture in to your document. This will keep edge image areas that were annoyingly cropped out before. Hope that helps. Pauline Neal


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As far as I know the answer is no, roll/pitch data is not recorded in EXIF data. I have a 60D which also offers a "digital level" or "artificial horizon" when composing a shot but this information is not preserved in the output EXIF data. There's a good site here with comprehensive information about standard EXIF data and parameters, and there are pages with ...



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