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  1. Hi When loading GFX50s RAF file into the Develop Persona the left side is missing about 450 pixels and the right side has a black rectangle where I would expect image, also it looks like the image size is wrong. This is a screen capture of my desktop. Notice: In Affinity Photo: missing pixels, the black strip and at the top the decoded picture size. In the right (explorer): no black strip and see the picture size. The original picture (RAF and decoded TIFF in other software) show 8256x6192, where AP is showing it as 8280x6208. This is a screen capture of just the black strip zoomed all the way so it is showing where the image data ends and the width of the black strip. Here is the RAF file to duplicate the problem: RW007722.zip (73MB) Thx Rob
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