[KimDaBa] KimDaBa 2.0 is released.
Robert L Krawitz
rlk at alum.mit.edu
Fri Oct 29 12:45:30 BST 2004
From: Shawn Willden <shawn-kimdaba at willden.org>
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 23:44:06 -0600
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On Tuesday 19 October 2004 06:26 pm, Robert L Krawitz wrote:
> I usually shoot raw, although for indoor events where contrast won't
> be excessive I typically use large fine JPEG.
Does RAW store something like the EXIF data found in JPEGs? If
it's there I haven't found a way to get it out.
At least with the Canon Digital Rebel (and presumably other Canon
cameras), there are two ways of getting the EXIF data:
1) There is a file named crw_xxxx.thm stored next to each crw_xxxx.crw
on the card. This is a tiny JPEG with the EXIF information. I
jhead -nofinfo -te crw_xxxx.thm -ft crw_xxxx.jpg
to copy the EXIF info from the thumbnail to the JPEG that I create.
2) The Canon RAW format stores a JPEG in the RAW file. The Digital
Rebel always stores a fine medium JPEG, but there's a firmware hack
available on the net that allows you to change that (along with
other goodies such as mirror lockup, flash exposure compensation,
and more) as you can on the 10D. Dave Coffin's web site also
contains a tool called "parse" that extracts this stored JPEG.
Robert Krawitz <rlk at alum.mit.edu>
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