JPEG Vs RAW
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21-10-09, 01:20 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
This is an argument thats never going to be won because each format has it's own pros and cons. I think it depends on what you want out of your camera.
In camera JPEG compression losses varies between manufacturers as they all use different DCTs and different quantisation techniques. On the flip side, do you really need all the info in a RAW file? Perhaps? I shoot RAW because it gives me the most latitude and control. It doesn't mean JPEGs are bad!
If it is a big issue for anyone then shoot RAW+JPEG!
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