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EOS R10 Mixed image format on a shoot: some JPG, some HIF

jamesmiller
Apprentice

Hi there, I've just swapped to EOS R10 from an ancient but much loved Sony Alpha. It's my own, but I use it semi-professionally for work on historic buildings. I often use HDR setting and wide-angle, when facing out of rooms, framing internal walls and bright windows in the same image. The HDR images register as .HIF on the memory card and the non-HDR as .JPG. To be honest this is a bit painful... Do you know, can I set the HDR to produce JPG? Our office secretary an honest, old-fashioned JPG person, not into the wonderful new world of HEIC and HIF.  

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kvbarkley
VIP
VIP

Are you talking about HDR *Shooting* or HDR *Mode*

IT looks like HEIF is all you get for HDR Shooting:

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While HDR Mode respects the HEIF/JPEG setting.

shadowsports
Legend
Legend

Greetings,

See the Image Specifications and file type reference in the R10's manual

Canon : Product Manual : EOS R10 : Specifications (start.canon)

HDR (.HIF) files have to be converted to .JPG.  

Note, install DPP for her which will provide the control and conversion for .HIF files.  Its free. 

Canon Support for EOS R10 | Canon U.S.A., Inc. 

~Rick
Bay Area - CA


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