04-06-2016 05:49 PM
I figured out how it works. App always resize to 1920px when you have only RAW file on your camera (even with option do not resize). When you have RAW + JPG or only JPG everything is ok - app transfer file with original size
06-09-2017 06:01 AM
Hello everyone.. new here.
just bought a Canon 1300d yesterday - great but I'm having the same issues as above.
Having read through the thread I can't see anything that helps me? Low quality download to my iPad... there's no option (that I can find) to not resize.
I haven't got a desk top at home - surely there must be a way to get a decent quality image on the iPad?
09-08-2017 05:31 PM
When you have RAW + JPG or only JPG everything is ok - app transfer file with original size
👍 Well done, that was the only fix I could find. This is annoying though. If I want slightly larger JPGs I have to plan in advance and shoot raw plus s2 jpg or manually convert RAWs in the camera (slow).
Canon if you can hear this can you please fix? Either have a file size setting that applies to jpgs and raws or have a raw conversion file size setting. To be honest it seems like a bug that if do not resize is set we go from a full sized RAW to a 1280x1920 jpg.
10-30-2017 09:42 AM
10-31-2017 10:05 AM
I dont Think this is solved!!
So canon guys - instead of being mobile and be able to do the job with my Canon EOS 5d Mark IV and my iPad Pro with Affinity Photo, you guys think that it’s better that I buys a laptop and a card reader to do my job or should you consider to make the small changes in the camera connect app, so it would be able to transfer raw files?
02-26-2018 12:07 AM
This issue is not solved. I use my iPad Pro to edit full RAW files using Affinity Photo. Until there is a way to import the full RAW files onto my iPad, the CameraConnect app is useless.
02-27-2018 09:45 AM
Has anyone here experiencing this behavior ever considered that the aspect ratio of the destination device might influence why a full size image cannot be transferred in some situations? A mobile device also uses compression. The native resolution on a mobile device is also no where near the max image resolution of a photo, so transferrintg a full size image to a mobile device doesn't really serve any purpose.
02-27-2018 09:57 AM
I am able to transfer the full resolution RAW files to my iPad/iPhone using an SD card adapter without an issue. This should not be a limitation.
03-12-2018 12:13 AM
When I go from canon 5D Mark 4 to my Iphone 7 it cuts the file size from 30MB all the way to 0.4-0.6MB. I checked my 3 dots and the full size is chosen. This is REALLY annoying since you can't even load pictures to instagram on a computer. so I have to upload crap quality photos to instagram that are like 0.6MB.