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XP advisories issued  
Monday, December 17, 2001 | by
Digital Photography Review notes that both Canon and Nikon have issued advisories recently regarding Windows XP. Specifically, rotating images using XP's built-in image viewer can result in the loss of both EXIF shooting information, and in the case of NEF files, loss of the original raw image data itself. In addition, Windows XP's format function defaults to FAT32, though almost all digital cameras understand FAT16 only. See Canon's advisory page for more information (and note that choosing FAT from the file system popup in Windows XP prior to clicking Start in the Format will workaround the problem). Of the pro digital SLR cameras I've tested, only the Kodak DCS 720X and DCS 760 can handle FAT32-formatted cards. FAT32 is required for the camera/computer to recognize the full capacity of camera storage media larger than 2GB.
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