S95 difference between RAW and JPEG images

Started Nov 29, 2010 | Discussions thread
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John Beale Regular Member • Posts: 320
S95 difference between RAW and JPEG images

I was surprised by how much difference in the field of view there is between the in-camera JPEG, and the CR2 version (shooting RAW+JPEG mode), see below. I though it was just a few pixels which you would never notice looking at the photos side-by-site, but that is not true. I see this using the DCRAW program to convert the CR2. I have not tried Canon's DPP yet, but I'm guessing that program probably does not show you the extra view even in RAW, because the lens is very soft at the corners so if there is any image detail there, it will be smudged. In fact, it looks like the JPEG version has also done some lens distortion correction as well.. interesting.

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