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Dec 18, 2012 20:16 |  #1

If I set my 7D to bracket 3 images (one -, one correct and one +) I should end up with three images, correct?

If I set my 7D to shoot both a jpg and a RAW (CR2) I should end up with a jpg and a RAW, correct?

If both of the above are chosen at the same time does that mean for each group of three I'm going to get 2 RAW and one JPG or vise-versa?

I went out shooting today and when I came home I uploaded my images and have had a heck of a time matching them up. I've tried going my the file names, times shot, small differences in the scene, etc. and can't seem to match up three with different exposures.

I assumed I'd end up with three of each, so 6 total.

Care to shed some light? I'm confused.

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Dec 18, 2012 20:45 |  #2

On a 60D you definitely get 6 image files - 3 JPEG, 3 RAW. I've done it. Not sure about 7D but I assume it is the same.




  
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Dec 18, 2012 21:00 |  #3

I may have figured it out, finally. What happened was, while out shooting, I didn't hold the shutter down long enough on some shots and did in most others. That threw it all off. So in the end I do end up with the 6 total.


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