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Old Mar 4, 2005, 6:03 PM   #11
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Some of us don't have any choice.. OS JPG's it is !!

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Old Mar 5, 2005, 4:50 AM   #12
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I'm curious if anybody uses tiff format.
Try it out for yourself. Put the camera on a tripod and save the same shot at various levels of jpg compression, and as a tiff. Then view the image on your computer at great degrees of enlargement so you can see the individual pixels, and at smaller sizes corresponding to your usual viewing regime - computer screen, 6x4 prints, bigger prints, or whatever.

You'll probably find that a high quality jpg will be indistinguishable from a tiff, but the best thing is that you decide for yourself.
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Alan T wrote:
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I'm curious if anybody uses tiff format.
Try it out for yourself. Put the camera on a tripod and save the same shot at various levels of jpg compression, and as a tiff. Then view the image on your computer at great degrees of enlargement so you can see the individual pixels, and at smaller sizes corresponding to your usual viewing regime - computer screen, 6x4 prints, bigger prints, or whatever.

You'll probably find that a high quality jpg will be indistinguishable from a tiff, but the best thing is that you decide for yourself.
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