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Old 01-03-2008, 07:53 PM   #5
Steve Rindsberg
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One thing occurs to me:

Open a previously unedited file from the camera, save it under a new name with the "use original quality" option checked and change nothing else.

Then use a file compare utility program to compare the two files; if they're identical or nearly so, you're probably ok.

If you don't have anything else handy, you can use FC from a command prompt window to compare the files.

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