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A few more observations: Capture doesn't preserve ISO in the EXIF of a TIF for the D70 and PS-CS does (jeeze it's their own camera, that is critical info!). Capture does not allow compression of TIFFs resulting in enormous files. Saving as PNG (only available in CS) does not allow any EXIF info....

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    Default PS vs Capture RAW conversion comparisons.

    A few more observations:

    Capture doesn't preserve ISO in the EXIF of a TIF for the D70 and PS-CS
    does (jeeze it's their own camera, that is critical info!).

    Capture does not allow compression of TIFFs resulting in enormous files.

    Saving as PNG (only available in CS) does not allow any EXIF info.
    paul Guest

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    Default Re: PS vs Capture RAW conversion comparisons.

    On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 15:00:59 -0800, paul <net> wrote:
     

    I don't believe the PNG file format allows for EXIF data, this is
    exclusive to jpeg and tiff as well as some proprietary formats such as
    Photoshop and PSP.

    Ron

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    Default Re: PS vs Capture RAW conversion comparisons.

    Ron Lacey wrote: 
    >
    > I don't believe the PNG file format allows for EXIF data, this is
    > exclusive to jpeg and tiff as well as some proprietary formats such as
    > Photoshop and PSP.[/ref]

    Pure JPEG as such doesn't allow EXIF info - they extended format in a
    compatible way to add it in, and the same could be done with PNG as it
    also allows for extensions. To date, as fas as I know though, it hasn't
    been done.

    Cheers,
    David


    David Guest

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