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There are several reasons to shoot RAW and JPEG: Just to recap: RAW is the information the camera gathers from the sensor, without (or just a bit) modification. JPEG is a lossy compressed image, which is created out of the RAW file according to your settings of film simulation, dynamic range optimisation, noise reduction and so on. In short, it misses ...



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