Lossless Compressed raw question

Started Oct 19, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Maybe looking at wrong counter?
In reply to ARShutterbug, Oct 19, 2012

ARShutterbug wrote:

It depends on the camera, but usually the difference between any files uncompressed compared to compressed sizes will fill the memory buffer significantly sooner.  If the number of available frames remaining in the buffer remains the same when changing compression schemes, either you are looking at the wrong counter or you're not actually setting the compression.  JPEG files are compressed after conversion from the RAW file in the memory buffer, while RAW files can't be compressed.

Sorry for the confusion, the counter I was referring to was the amount of images left that the memory card can support.

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