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NikonOz Registered since 07th Feb 2013Fri 08-Feb-13 03:51 PM
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Hello, I am new to DSLR and in the process of learning D5100 and ViewNX 2.

Is there any reason why I would want to shoot in RAW+JPEG as oppose to RAW only?

It seems that with ViewNX 2 I can share JPEGs with other and the process is simple so I wonder why would I want to shoot in RAW+JPEG.

In addition in ViewNX 2 both RAW and JPEG match closely for the type of JPEG setting on the camera I use now.

Thank you.

  

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