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  • I wish I also could fly a plane to experience those amazing adrenaline-pumping ride. Those are amazing raw photos; I’d like the original better than the altered one. I know Nikon have this high quality shot because of the positive reviews on its quality and usability.

  • Paul says:

    That comparison has sold me on attempting to shoot my pictures in RAW. Some great pictures :o)

  • I will always shoot in RAW is an incredible file with a huge range of recovery and retouch possibilitity.

    Yeah!

  • Robert says:

    You know, I could have gotten the same result shooting Kodak Ektar 100.

  • […] That’s HUGE. I use the D700 and I just leave it on 14-bit RAW mode all the time. Why? Because shooting in 14-bit RAW gives you the maximum amount of pixel data, the highest possible image quality and the most amount of shadow definition. (Here’s an example.) […]

  • Artesiano says:

    I always shot in RAW, the possibility of good results increase much, although I have an SLR, a little ‘old D70s ….!

  • […] I use the D700 and I just leave it on 14-bit RAW mode all the time. Why? Because shooting in 14-bit RAW gives you the maximum amount of pixel data, the highest possible image quality and the most amount of shadow definition. (Here’s an example.) […]

  • […] I haven’t shot RAW with the X10 very much, but what I’ve found is that the very small difference in image quality is often not worth the increased file size and additional processing and computer time. This from the guy who says you should always shoot in RAW!! […]

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