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Don't worry — the RAW files are the full resolution. They contain all of the data recorded by the camera. The option to change resolution is grayed out because there's no in-camera way to reduce it, not because it is stuck on small. However, for that data to be viewed, it need to be interpreted. See What does an unprocessed RAW file look like? for more on ...


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What you see is likely not the RAW image, but the JPEG thumbnail/preview that is included in the RAW, which is what you usual picture viewer is going to find and display. To see the RAW at full size, you have to open it with a proper application. The camera normally comes with a CD/DVD to install such apps (SilkyPix, for Lumix cameras), or it can be ...


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