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Aperture :: Unsupported Image Format On File Import


My camera is a Canon 5D Mark I - I went to download some product shots the other day, and while Aperture imported the files, they show up as "unsupported image format" now. My camera config hasn't changed, what the heck is going on? I just bought Aperture 3, I had a deadline to meet so I had to download the LR beta to get the images in on time.

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MacBook Pro
Mac OS X (10.5.5)


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