Updating jpeg files
With the EOS 350D and 400D you can only select RAW Large JPEG as a simultaneous shooting option.
All the other EOS cameras allow you to shoot any of the JPEG sizes with the RAW file.
However, they can place the following at the bottom of the page, with their logo alongside it: An exemption for not applying branding may be granted by the Head of Mission or the Communications Section at DFAT if there is compelling case or an identified security risk.
All new Australian aid-funded projects and initiatives should be branded with the Australian Aid Identifier.
The Australian Government, its officers, employees and agents, accept no liability for any loss, damage or expense arising out of, or in connection with, any reliance on any omissions or inaccuracies in the material contained in this publication.Other models allow you to set the RAW JPEG option through the ‘Quality’ setting menu screen and save the files separately to your CF or SD media card. Select one of the RAW JPEG options on display When you’re shooting both RAW and JPEG together, the camera has a larger amount of data to process so there will be more megabytes to save to the memory card.This will have a direct affect on the number of images you can shoot in a single burst before the buffer locks out.This publication is intended to provide general information only and before entering into any particular transaction users should: rely on their own enquiries, skill and care in using the information; check with primary sources; and seek independent advice.The logo of a partner government, NGO or multilateral organisation (ie.
In brief: See the Australian Government Branding Guidelines and the Commonwealth Coat of Arms Guidelines by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.