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    Default Re: Why shoot raw?

    From what i know , if you shoot those still images and doesnt not require speed , its more advisable to shoot in RAW because you can precisely adjust the exposure, brightness, etc to your liking during PP. However , if you shoot those sports and require continuous drive when panning , its more advisable to shoot in JPEG because its vital not to miss the "money shot"(As according to ScottKelby's lingo) .

    It subjects from case-to-case basis . Hope this helps .
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    Default Re: Why shoot raw?

    Quote Originally Posted by loozhengyuan View Post
    From what i know , if you shoot those still images and doesnt not require speed , its more advisable to shoot in RAW because you can precisely adjust the exposure, brightness, etc to your liking during PP. However , if you shoot those sports and require continuous drive when panning , its more advisable to shoot in JPEG because its vital not to miss the "money shot"(As according to ScottKelby's lingo) .

    It subjects from case-to-case basis . Hope this helps .
    yes its essential to have a fast card for RAW.

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