There is an issue with Canon RAW files that end in .TIF (which are limited to 1D & 1Ds cameras) on Microsoft Windows Vista systems that do not have the Canon RAW codec.
If a user adds metadata, or tags, to one of these RAWs using Windows Photo Gallery or Windows Explorer and the image will be corrupted.
If you are a Canon shooter than one of the things you might fear the most is to get the Err02 in a middle of a photography shooting.
If you happen to get this error then you’ll end up with a number of corrupted pictures on your CF card. However here is a quick thing to try that might help recovering you images.
Here is a video in which you can see the brand new Canon EOS 1D Mark III in full action.
Appreciate the 10 frames per second sound and see how live view works, really amazing.
p.s. It’s in french
No speculations, no rumors this is official the Canon EOS 1D Mark III is here, and it is on Canon website.
Here are the NEW features
I have met a lot of photographers that shoot RAW+JPG and the “common” answer to my “Why this JPG do you really feel like loosing space on that CF card of yours?” is that they can’t see the RAW files as thumbnails or even that, like me, they keep a JPG version of their image on their hard drive for future quick reference and archive the RAW file on other storage devices.