Nikon d2x updating firmware steam validating 100 bug
Sony, Olympus, and Fuji cameras don't produce full-sized embedded previews.
What if you want Lightroom-generated previews for editing (post-processing) purposes?
Not so short-winded blatherings on whatever is currently occupying the part of my brain that deals with nature photography and related concerns. On this page you'll find all my 2017 blog listings (immediately below).
And, further down this page you'll also find some key (and very popular) gear-related blog entries from 2016 (jump to that section now).
And, finally, if you're looking for a directory to ALL my blog listings EVER - just follow this link.
Yesterday the BC Government took a big step forward in carnivore conservation and management - they banned grizzly bear hunting throughout the entire province!
As almost always, my comments are based upon full-resolution raw files viewed at 100% magnfication on display of approximately 100 ppi (not on a resolution-reduced print as some others choose to do). Brad Feedback to: [email protected] of this morning there are two spots left remaining on our late November "" photo tour.So you can view previews of ANY of your images at 1:1 virtually instantly (i.e., right after import). I have tested this feature with the Nikon D5, Nikon D500, and Nikon D850 and can confirm that each of those cameras DO have full-size embedded previews.And, when you do get around to culling your images and may want to view them at 100% (1:1) those previews are available instantly! At this point I can't say how many Nikon camera generations we can go back and still find that the previews that they produce are full-size.The embedded previews are those built by the camera itself and included within your raw files.Because the latest Nikons and Canons build FULL-SIZE embedded previews there is NEVER a need for Lightroom to take the time to build full-size (or 1:1) previews.