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09-19-2015, 11:36 PM   #1
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645z camera and transfer photos on Pc

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I see my photos on 64z monitor camera in right position (up) and when i transfer photos on PC and open with lightroom a get my photos upset. Can i get them directly in right position?

sorry i am i beginner with pentax!!
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Check custom function #22 and make sure that rotation info is being saved in your files (the default).

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This happens to me as well, shooting RAW and when imported, they are upside down, when I convert to Tiff from Raw, I just rotate the whole lot in one go from ACR
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Check custom function #22 and make sure that rotation info is being saved in your files (the default).
Thanks a lot; i will try.
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Does this happen when you shoot JPEG, or just RAW, or both?

If you open the JPEG on your PC - and without letting Lightroom touch the file in anyway - is the orientation OK? If yes, a Lightroom setting may be the problem.
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Thanks a lot; i will try.
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Hi
custom function #22 in in on position, but the photos are upsite in Pc. There are a combinations of settings for getting the up position?
Thanks a lot for your patience.
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09-21-2015, 03:17 AM   #7
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Open up your camera menu and select "image capture settings", at the bottom is "180 Rotation Info", make sure sure the check box is empty, turn it off if it's not.

This happened to me too the first time I used the camera.
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Open up your camera menu and select "image capture settings", at the bottom is "180 Rotation Info", make sure sure the check box is empty, turn it off if it's not.

This happened to me too the first time I used the camera.
Hi

Ok the right settings are:
image capture settings", at the bottom is "180 Rotation Info", make sure sure the check box is empty
custom function #22 and check n. 2

In this mode In Lightroom the photos (raw files) are up! also if i open them with preview with mac.
thanks a lot

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