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paullantz
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« on: June 25, 2005, 07:44:52 AM »
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it is a known issue that will be fixed in acr 3.2
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« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2005, 09:28:56 PM »
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I use a 10D and a 20D and just switched to PS CS2.

I have noticed that with the 10D RAW photos the time shown for when the photo was taken is off by four hours (computer is on EDT or UTC-4), it seems that CS2 assumes the 10D uses UTC instead of local time.

I know that there is a different raw format for the  10D and 20D. The 20D photos show the correct time taken.
Has anyone else run into this or solved it.
I upgraded to camera raw 3.1 but the problem persists.

I have Breezebrowser - it shows the correct time for photo taken.

It is a nuisance of a problem, especially when sequencing photos taken with two cameras.

I cannot see anywhere in the camera to set time zone, assuming it is a problem with the way that CS2 handles the data from the 10D raw format.

The problem does not happen with jpg's, they show up with the correct time.
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