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[Question] What is an MP file?

An MP (Multi-Picture) file is a file format that groups together multiple still images into one file.

With the GXR with RICOH LENS P10, it allows you to record pictures that have been continuously shot using M-Cont Plus, Speed Cont and Multi-target AF as one MP file.

You can extract specific frames from an MP file and save it as separate still images (a JPEG file(s)).
Exporting from an MP file into a JPEG file

For exporting MP files, there are three options; select one frame to save it, select multiple frames to save them, or select all frames to save them all. See the FAQ below for its operations.

Can I export a specific frame from an MP file into a still image?

Answer ID: EDXR03015
Date created: May 7, 2010
Date modified: --
Product: GXR (RICOH LENS P10 28-300mm F3.5-5.6 VC)
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Category: Hardware specifications

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