With one or more image (RAW in the example below) selected you can save
them to JPEG, TIFF 8-bit or TIFF 16-bit.
Image file information (from file header)
The text below is an example of the information available in the bottom
right hand pane of the main window. As you can see it covers a wide range
of exposure and camera setting information as well as a complete set of
the custom function settings.
File Name 020921-1348-11.jpg Camera Model Name Canon EOS-1DS Shooting Date/Time 9/21/2002 1:48:11 PM Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/2500 Av( Aperture Value ) 3.2 Metering Mode Evaluative Exposure Compensation 0 ISO Speed 100 Lens 28.0 - 70.0 mm Focal Length 64.0 mm Image Size 4064x2704 Image Quality Fine Flash Off White Balance Auto AF Mode One-Shot AF Parameters Tone Curve Standard Sharpness level 1 Pattern sharpness Standard Color Matrix 1 Noise reduction Off File Size 3298KB
Custom Function Settings 00:Focusing Screen 1:[L] Ec-A,B,C,CII,CIII,D,H,I,L 01:Finder display during exposure 0:No viewfinder display 02:Shutter release without CF card 1:Not possible 03:ISO speed expansion 1:Expanded sensitivity 04:Shutter button/AE lock button 0:AF/AE lock 05:Manual Tv/Av set. for M exp. 1:Tv value: Quick Control dial, Av value: Main dial 06:Exposure level increments 0:1/3-stop set, 1/3-stop comp. 07:USM lens electronic MF 0:Turns on after One-Shot AF 08:Top LCD panel/Back LCD panel 1:ISO/Remain. Shots 09:Auto bracketing sequence/cancel 0:0,-,+/Auto cancellation 10:AF point illumination 0:On 11:AF point selection method 0:AF point selection button + Main / Quick Control dial operation 12:Mirror lockup 0:Disable 13:Number AF points/Spot metering 0:45/Center AF point 14:Auto reduction of fill flash 0:Enable 15:Shutter curtain synchronization 0:1st-curtain synchronization 16:Safety shift in Av or Tv 0:Disable 17:AF point activation area 0:Single AF point 18:Switch to registered AF point 0:Assist button + AF point selection button 19:Lens AF stop button function 0:AF stop 20:AI SERVO tracking sensitivity 0:Standard Drive Mode Single-frame shooting Owner's Name dpreview.com test Camera Body No. XXXXXX
Camera connected: Camera Settings
The camera settings dialog allows you to set / retrieve various camera
settings: camera model, body ID, firmware version, owners name, date &
time, CF card status (and format option), personal functions, parameter
sets, personal white balance.
Camera connected: Personal Functions
I previously covered the personal functions in some detail, however below
you'll see an animation of the dialog used to set these functions.
Camera connected: Parameters
The parameters option allows you to create up to three parameter sets
which can contain a custom tone (gamma) curve, sharpening settings as
well as individual compression ratios for Fine and Normal JPEG modes.
Note that you can also change / select these options via the camera menu.
Camera connected: Personal White Balance
This option allows you to pre-program the PC-1, PC-2 or PC-3 white balance
presets with your own white balance measurement. Measurements can be taken
from a RAW file using the eyedropper and then saved into a white balance
file, this can then be loaded into the camera via the Personal White Balance
dialog (below) and assigned to a particular personal preset. Very useful
if you regularly use the same lighting setup in a studio.