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Raspbian is a GNU/Linux operating system derived from Debian. Version numbering follows that of Debian and the current stable is 9 (Stretch). Raspbian is the most widely used Pi based distro and the one recommended by the Foundation, who distribute their own images of it.

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You could try to resize your root filesystem (rootfs) so that it is smaller than 4GB, then your image should only copy your new smaller filesystem. Here is a tutorial on how this can be done.
answered Aug 7 '13 by Dan Nixon
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It sounds like you have not expanded the install to fill the entire SD card capacity, running raspi-config and choosing the "Expand Filesystem" option should do the trick.
answered Sep 20 '14 by Dan Nixon