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Jan 08, 2016 17:36 |  #1

Does the camera's level information get attached to a raw files ? If so is it possible to use this to level a photo. I have found myself in a few situations where I have found it difficult to level the horizon because of hills and other photos with no good reference.




  
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Jan 08, 2016 17:47 |  #2

I believe the intent of the in-camera level is for you to use it while shooting, and get the camera level before releasing the shutter. I don't think any level information is recorded. View-finder grids help me keep things level while framing. If you camera (70D & 6D have it) has that feature, try turning it on. It works for me, more often than not.




  
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Jan 08, 2016 18:11 |  #3

There is not any attached to the RAW file but, merely looking at an image will give one, assuming they can see, a good idea.


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