Pentax Raw image file format
Pentax Electronic Format (PEF) is the file format used by Pentax cameras. It's a RAW file type that records all the data coming in from the sensor; these images usually contain more details than JPEGs.
You can also open PEF files with Microsoft Photos (bundled with Windows) and Apple Preview (bundled with macOS). Some third-party image editors that support PEF files include Microsoft Photos (bundled with Windows), Adobe Photoshop (Windows and macOS), ACD Systems ACDSee (Windows), and Corel PaintShop Pro (Windows).
In Preview, select the PDF page that you want to turn into JPG. Then, from the menu bar, select File > Export. You'll see Preview's export window. At the top of this window, click the “Export As” field and type a name for your converted JPG file.
In Lightroom, select a file or go to Edit > Select All. Then, select File > Export to choose a file format.
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