There is no "Loupe View" in the Import section, which is what you are showing. You have not selected 1:1 in the screen capture, you need to slide the slider at the bottom right to 1:1.
Sorry, when i hovered my mouse over the icon in the bottom left and corner, it said was in 'Loupe' view?
Apologies for my ignorance, but when I take the slider to 1:1, the images is unbelievable pixelated?
What camera are you using?
If you look at the photo in your operating system, what are the pixel dimensions (width and height)?
The screen capture indicates that the image IS at 1:1. Dragging further right will increase to 11:1
There IS a Loupe view in the import dialog.
Question NathLee What happens when you actually do import?
I've seen complaints here of wee, tiny thumbnails when importing. I cannot remember what (if anything) was the answer to the problem.
Are you using a card reader or the camera to transfer the images to LR?
Yeah, the black bars at the top and bottom of the tiny preview indicate it is a camera thumbnail, not a large-sized preview embedded in the raw file. Without seeing the raw file, itself, it’s hard to know if there is actually a reasonable-sized preview embedded in it or just the tiny thumbnail. If you want someone else to take a look, upload a raw file to http://www.dropbox.com/ and post a public download link to it, here.
And more importantly, as was just asked, does the image import ok. If so then you’ll just have to do the importing, first, before you sort through what you want.
Is it a video file?
Then its normal.
Something else to try is use the EOS_DIGITAL under Files instead of under Devices.
Thank for the responses!
Yes, it was a photo file. After I imported the images, they were fine, it was just when I viewed them from my SD card the issue was present.
The last response by 'SSPRENGEL' seemed to do the job. Thanks a lot for the replies.