Thanks Rikard. I think that is too hack the file is a little bit too
much for my knowledge.
Anyway the strange thing is that if you go to David Cofin's web page
http://www.cybercom.net/~dcoffin/dcraw/ he has a list of cameras with
which dcraw is supposed to work and the Canon EOS350D is listed there.

Thanks for the help
Orlando


Qui, 2005-10-13 às 23:08 +0200, Rikard Johnels escreveu:
> On Thursday 13 October 2005 22.54, Orlando Figueiredo wrote:
> > Hello everybody
> >
> > A few days ago I put here a a message about the instalation of dcraw. I
> > did the instalation of the package referred on subject and everything
> > went OK. After the instalation the Gimp open window included the the
> > option for raw files. The problem is that when I try to open my EOS350D
> > raw files (*.cr2 - that is included in the file extensions listed in
> > ufraw) I get a message saying that EOS350D is not available yet.
> > I found a at rpm.pbone.net newer releases of the package but for Fedora
> > 4 the one mentioned on subject is the newer.
> > I wonder if anybody here worked with raw files from that machine and how
> > did it work? Or if anybody has any ideas to sove the problem.
> >
> > Thanks a lot.
> >
> > Orlando
> >
> >
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> 
> I myself havent got a 350D but i did a grep on the ufraw source.
> ~/Build/ufraw-0.5> grep EOS *
>  
> Binary file dcraw matches
> dcraw.c:      fseek (ifp, strstr(model,"EOS-1D") ? 68:50, SEEK_CUR);
> dcraw.c:      if (((!strcmp(model,"Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL") ||
> dcraw.c:            !strcmp(model,"Canon EOS 300D DIGITAL"))) && wbi == 6)
> dcraw.c:      if (!strcmp(model,"Canon EOS D30")) {
> dcraw.c:      if (!strcmp(model,"Canon EOS 10D"))
> dcraw.c:  if (wbi == 0 && !strcmp(model,"Canon EOS D30"))
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS D2000",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS D6000",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS D30",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS D60",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS 10D",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS 20D",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS-1D Mark II",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS-1DS",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS-1D",
> dcraw.c:    { "Canon EOS",
> dcraw.c:    { "KODAK EOSDCS1",
> dcraw.c:    { "KODAK EOSDCS3B",
> dcraw.c:  } else if (!strcmp(model,"EOS D2000C")) {
> dcraw.c:  } else if (!strcmp(model,"EOS-1D")) {
> dcraw.c:  } else if (!strcmp(model,"EOS-1DS")) {
> dcraw.c:    } else if (!strcmp(model,"EOSDCS3B")) {
> dcraw.c:    } else if (!strcmp(model,"EOSDCS1")) {
> Binary file dcraw-dcraw.o matches
> Binary file dcraw_nomain.o matches
> Binary file ufraw matches
> Binary file ufraw-batch matches
> Binary file ufraw-gimp matches
> 
> 
> 
> So it seems the support is yet to be implemented.
> 
> I cant bet on this; but you MIGHT be able to hack the dcraw.c file and add 
> "Canon EOS..." (exact syntax probably according to the EXIF header of a JPEG 
> photo from the camera)
> 
> It may or may not work...
> 
> 

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