John Mitchell Posted October 25, 2013 Share Posted October 25, 2013 I'm wondering how many of you use the RAW+JPEG mode instead of simply RAW or JPEG. It seems that there are some definite advantages to using RAW+JPEG, especially now that many cameras automatically apply functions such as lens distortion and CA correction as well noise reduction to JPEGs, but not to RAW files. Also, if the the JPEG straight out of the camera is satisfactory, then a lot of post-processing time can be saved. OTOH, shooting in R+J mode takes up considerably more space on memory cards and can slow down shooting speeds (if that's an issue). Any thoughts on the pros and cons of using R+J? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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