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- Why store both JPEG and raw? 6 answers
I understand the differences between RAW and JPEG. But why does my DSLR offer me the opportunity to shoot RAW plus JPEG simultaneously. What benefits does this offer over RAW only, especially since I process my RAW files in Lightroom and the originally 'camera saved' jpegs would not reflect the changes. (I export jpegs for screen viewing after LR adjustments). What am I missing?