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Old May 23, 2008, 7:28 AM   #21
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i definately recommend shooting RAW, i have been shooting RAW since about 2000 shots on my camera. You can recover a lot more pictures, and it doesnt slow down my xt until i shoot about 9 shots in a row at 3fps

you can remake colors exactly as you saw them except my 70-200 f4 L does most of that, but just being able to set white balance afterwards and under or over exposure correction is awesome!
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Old May 24, 2008, 12:58 PM   #22
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Nothing to debate. Both are available with dSLR cameras. The choice made by the user is for their own needs or what PP programs they may or may not have.

RAW in my case is a waste of time. I see nothing to debate.
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