RAW and JPG files

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Re: Embedded jpegs
In reply to Guy Parsons, 5 months ago

Guy Parsons wrote:

brycesteiner wrote:

I didn't know that. I thought the camera just read the raw file directly.

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If shooting RAW only and really do need to see what happened then do a RAW edit in camera to produce the real jpeg for more careful examination, but the pain is that those camera-made jpegs use file numbers that follow on from the highest on the card so you start to lose track of things.

Guy, I'm confused. I shoot either RAW or JPG.

When I shoot RAW only, I can review the shot, and to say the truth, it takes more time to camera to show image on LCD. I've never ever developed RAW into JPG in-camera and have no clue how to do this. I simply copy RAW on computer, use RAW software, and save image as JPG - same filename with different extension. I have never have a problems with duplicate filenames.

So, the question is how do you edit RAW in camera to produce the real JPG?

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