Hi, any raw shooters out there - I'm embarrassed about not being able to figure this out but I'm confident that someone here will have a solution for me. My husband and I are both new and very happy owners of OM-D's. They are just so much fun to use. We've been photographing and post-processing for years ( him, Canon, me, Nikon, both G1's) without ever running into this issue. We've just recently updated to CS6 so we can work on our ORF files in Camera Raw 7.1. Now, what I was expecting to happen was that the raw file would be in a 4:3 aspect ratio, like the sensor, with the aspect ratio used to take the shot exhibited in a frame superimposed on the raw image. What actually is happening is that there is no frame appearing and, more puzzling, is that the angle of view of the raw file is much wider than that of the jpeg. In other words, even shooting in a 4:3 aspect ratio, the raw file would have to be cropped down (a lot} to duplicate the angle of view of the jpeg. That's the case whether shooting with our Panasonic lenses (14-45 and 45-200) or our Olympus lenses ( 12-50 and 45). I'm prepared to lose some of the sensor real estate when shooting at aspect ratios other than 4:3 but I wasn't expecting to have to do that with 4:3. What am I missing here? Is there something I've unwittingly changed in my menu diving? I'll be most grateful for any guidance. Kathy I've attached an example: The left is the jpeg, as shot. The right is the raw file.