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PhotoRec always did a good job when I needed it. JPEG and RAW . https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec_Step_By_Step


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While this may be a convent transfer mechanism (assuming the app does have the feature of sending unmodified originals without recompressing or downsizing), it is not a backup. Even if Telegram happens to provide adequate storage and no time limits today, there is no guarantee that they will tomorrow, or for the rest of the trip. They could literally decide ...


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You should download the Nikon NEF Codec from their homepage: https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/de/products/170/NEF_Codec.html Then you can open NEFs without any additional programs.


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I did a quick google and found this: FAQ: Sending images to a computer (Wi-Fi function) (EOS 6D) which is a very detailed step by step procedure for transferring pics to a computer. But I also came across this post: 6D WIFI: how long for RAW transfer?(dpreview.com) which references The New Canon EOS 6D – Welcome to the Full-Frame Club! which says: ...


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Canon has a detailed manual available for the Wifi functionality of the 6D. You can both remotely operate the camera with EOS utility over Wifi and share photos with computers or smart phones. You can also do remote shooting from a smart phone.


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I prefer using the faster method of removing the card, but I've had problems with two cameras using this method. It seems to wear out the contacts on some cards and/or camera slots which can be an expensive repair job.


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Yes, you can do this. But this will drain the battery a lot quicker, so keep spare ones ready! When you are connected to remote shooting more from the PC, the photos captured are directly transferred to the computer instead to writing to the SD Card.


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The Fancy Solution: (Hard, Not Free, Fancy) Setup a website for you own and ask the developer (or find some plugin if you're planing to use wordpress (most likely)) to add an option to your website to give the possibility to the client to watch/download only his/her photos from your cloud solution by that specific username/password combination that you ...


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I found the solution which worked for me. This Adobe help article explains the steps, which are as follows (added in case the link goes down): After backing up your catalog, relaunch Lightroom. Connect the hard drive (MyBook) that is repeating twice. Note: In this article, the labels—MyBook, Temp, Fred, and Mary—have been used as representative names to ...


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You don't need a second number to store files with Telegram. You can send to your self any kind of file. There is also an option to avoid compress an image when you send it. The option says: send image as a file. But, Telegram is a messsage app, not a storage app. Their data policy can change any time, and your files could be deleted/modified without even ...


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AFAIK Nikon cameras are sold with a free version of the Nikon Capture software (or you can get it from some Nikon site). There are several free applications that can open/process "raw" files from about any camera: RawTherapee, Darktable, PhotoZone, PhotoFlow, NuFraw, some also being usable as plugins for the Gimp image editor. Many of these are discussed ...


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It takes far longer to send by WiFi (or BlueTooth) than just popping the card into a laptop or reader. From even a quarter-filled 128 GB card, it likely takes so long that the camera shuts down to save the battery before the job finishes. Even the "blazingly fast" CamFi protocol is limited to 10Mbps, whereas a UHS-III card can be read at 312 MB/s. If the ...


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From looking at the example, it looks like the header is in tact. The EXIF shows that there is jpg compression on the thumbnail, which explains why it loaded. It looks like there are 4 TIFF pages within the file, but when I've tried to open it with GIMP, it's reported that there are a number of unknown tags present. To recover the image you sent as an ...


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Corrupt files generally cannot be recovered without backups. As Carl Witthoft comments, the symptoms you describe may be explained by: ... you're seeing the "thumbnail" image which the camera software shows before loading the actual (but corrupt or missing in your case) image... Additional information might help elucidate the source of your problem, but ...


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Take a look at this question at Nikon. It talks about Custom Settings Menu d6: By default sequential numbering is set to "OFF" Sequential file numbering OFF - When a new card is inserted the current folder and file numbers are not continued, file numbering starts again in a new folder. Sequential file numbering ON - When a new card is inserted the ...


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When you make changes to the image , If you are applying those changes to a new layer , then Photoshop will save the image in it's default file format .psd. Because psd format is capable of containing layer data in it where jpg format can't contain it. In order to apply the changes to your original image itself , you should either do any of the following. ...


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You have to maintain the same layer structure to get rid of this issue. which means for single layered format like .jpg, you have to merge all your layers to the original base layer. You have to keep the same layer structure If you are opening a layered psd or tiff You can go for batch option if you are processing large volume with same modifications by ...


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I believe your CSV file will need a couple alterations. First, I don't think Exiftool will read a tab delimited csv. The docs seem to indicate comma separated only. You could import into Excel or OpenOffice with the tab delimiter set and export a new CSV which should be readable to Exiftool. Second, the first line needs to needs to have column headers ...


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Yes, You are able to transfer images wirelessly using the EOS Utility application this is because the 6D has WiFi built in. Here is the application you need: https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/self-help-center/eos-utility


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The Canon 6D acts a an access point so in effect you can use it in the field connected to a laptop. This process is via the Adhoc mode only - do not use the 'add device' in windows WPS as you will need a local router. But.....and a big but - Canon has failed to update the firmware for Windows 8 or 8.1 only use Windows 7 You will need to load the EOS utility.


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