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I had this the other day while shooting raw video on my 5DmIII with ML. The battery died while shooting, turning of the camera. Then raw2cdng.1.3.0. crashed always on trying to convert the recorded raw file. It was a rather large 9-parts file. Does anybody experienced something similar?

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