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Im going to say they are indeed lost.
To try and replicate this event I turned off wifi on my iPhone to simulate no connection to the cloud. I then took 24 images and watched them appear in the collection. Before they had finished "writing" I signed out of the application. Upon signing back in I saw only 17 of the images. the remainder no where.
The app does not write the file to to the Camera Roll and I see no option for that. Losing a wifi connection does not result in the same.
I started with the iphone connected via wifi and took 24 more images. After the burst and when only 3 were showing in the collection I disconnected wifi. (the app is not set to sync via data). All 24 images showed in the collection. Then when I resumed the wifi they, of course, synced to the cloud.
So, it seems, "how best to stop it" would have been to quit the app, not sign out.
Hope this helps for future use.
Thanks for this. Your observations align with mine. At least we now know to be careful.
One would have hoped that a cache might stop this from happening as it doesn't seem like a particularly useful "feature".
Being able to pause sync would be handy too.
Anyway, on we go with our new dng capable iPhones.
Hi Steve, have you tried to force quit the LrM app afterwards? Are the photos still not listed? - Guido