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    Default Noob Qns enquiries

    Hi hi

    been reading here and there and i came across RAW format of saving images

    it is that great? shld a newbie like me be concern for that? Is it better to get 1 with RAW function?

    Does Nikon has this function?

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    All DSLR cameras can save in RAW. As a newbie, I suggest you learn how to use your camera first before you start learning how to maximize your photography by using RAW.
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    ok noted, cos need to bring into consideration when getting a cam

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    Default Re: Noob Qns enquiries

    Quote Originally Posted by layers View Post
    Hi hi

    been reading here and there and i came across RAW format of saving images

    it is that great? shld a newbie like me be concern for that? Is it better to get 1 with RAW function?

    Does Nikon has this function?
    you only need to worry about this if you are getting a compact, but not dslr.
    Currently all dslrs shoot raw, compact mostly jpg with some able to shoot raw.
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    look at the more important aspects of buying a camera... YOURSELF...

    what do you need? what do you know? and what will you use?

    no point getting the latest best-test costliest...
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    Default Re: Noob Qns enquiries

    Quote Originally Posted by layers View Post
    Hi hi

    been reading here and there and i came across RAW format of saving images

    it is that great? shld a newbie like me be concern for that? Is it better to get 1 with RAW function?

    Does Nikon has this function?
    simply put, if you buy a DSLR, you do not need to be concerned about whether it can save in RAW format or not, because all DSLRs can save in RAW format.
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by layers View Post
    it is that great?
    depends on how you use it, it can be quite great.

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    shld a newbie like me be concern for that?
    normally a newbie should worry about many other things like technical handling of the camera, composition, exposure, etc etc. So short answer: no.

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    Is it better to get 1 with RAW function?
    depends on you yourself again. is this camera going to be an investment to last you for awhile? if yes, then probably you should get one with RAW function.

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    Does Nikon has this function?
    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by layers View Post
    Hi hi

    been reading here and there and i came across RAW format of saving images

    it is that great? shld a newbie like me be concern for that? Is it better to get 1 with RAW function?

    Does Nikon has this function?
    Step 1: What's your budget?
    Step 2: With your budget, see which model suits your budget.
    Step 3: With a list of models that suit your budget, which one is the most appropriate in terms of functions and whether it fits your hands nicely.
    Step 4: Buy and practise the various function.

    Without taking the first step, it is pointless to discuss everything else. They are just talk with no knowledge gained.
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