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Old Mar 1, 2007, 7:51 PM   #11
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rey wrote:
But as far as I know, these settings are only applied to JPG. I shoot RAW, so I don't worry about these, and I suggest you should shoot RAW also.
Yes, I'm asking about JPG. RAW won't be effected. For birds I mostly use burst mode or bracketing, and accumulate several hundred photos a day "Blanket Bombing", since they move so quickly. My 2Gb card fills up too fast using RAW, and writing RAW makes burst mode sputter.

The obvious answer to my question would be for me to compare the JPG output with different settings to the RAW output, but this is my first day (ever) looking at RAW so it will be a while before I know what I'm doing.

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Old Mar 16, 2007, 9:37 AM   #12
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Thanks, Jacues.

Finally ended up buying the D80 with the 18-200 VR lens, and have on order a 55mm 1.8 prime...Thanks all,,,be back for tips....Rick
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