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An .srf file is a raw photo created by a Sony digital camera, such as the DSC-F828. It stores image data that is saved exactly as it was recorded by the camera's CCD sensor, rather than being compressed or processed. Retaining all this data allows photographers to precisely edit the image an SRF file contains. However, because SRF files are uncompressed and contain a lot of data, they have quite large file sizes.

Most image viewing and editing programs cannot open SRF files (or other camera raw files). Therefore, you may need to convert an SRF file to a more common format before you can use it. Converting to the BMP (.bmp), TIFF (.tiff), or PNG (.png) format will retain most of the image's quality. Converting to the JPEG (.jpg) format will noticeably reduce the file's size, but may also reduce its image quality.

NOTE: Converting an SRF file to a non-raw format removes the raw data it contains. Therefore, you may want to retain a copy of your SRF file for future editing.

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