Should I go RAW only?

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In reply to IGotShot, 11 months ago

RAW files are so easy to convert to JPG, and with free RAW software all around you won't even be limited to software on one computer, you can take your RAWS and develop them anywhere, any time. You can also view the RAWs on the LCD of your camera just like JPGs.

Only use RAW+JPG if you're doing something like reporting from the field and you need to be able to send the images on a moment's notice. Otherwise, what do you need the instant JPG for? Take your time.

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