Convert CR2 to JFIF
Convert CR2 pictures to JFIF format, edit and optimize pictures online and free.
CR2 is a raw image file format developed by Canon in 2004. This format is used to store unprocessed image data, captured from digital camera sensors. CR2 is based on uncompressed TIFF and is the standard raw format of various Canon EOS digital camera models.
JFIF and JPG both stand for an identical format. JPEG File Interchange Format, abbreviated JFIF, is a digital file format for storing raster graphics. It contains some details that had been left undefined in the JPEG format; like pixel geometry and pixel size.
Choose your CR2 picture for uploading to our CR2 converter.
For an advanced conversion, use the CR2 to JFIF optional tools available on the preview page and click the Convert button.
When the conversion status changes to successful, click on the Download button to get the final JFIF picture.
Rotate CR2 to right (90° clockwise), to left (90° counter-clockwise), 180°, and convert it to JFIF .
Flip CR2 vertically and/or horizontally (flop), and convert it to JFIF .
Convert CR2 to JFIF and change the JFIF quality by adjusting the JPEG compression level.
Convert CR2 to progressive JFIF .
To change CR2 format to JFIF, upload your CR2 file to proceed to the preview page. Use any available tools if you want to edit and manipulate your CR2 file. Click on the convert button and wait for the convert to complete. Download the converted JFIF file afterward.