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Shooting RAW too slow?

Maverick_

Maastricht, NL
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Maverick_ Registered since 03rd Nov 2002
Mon 04-Nov-02 06:33 AM

I am still figuring out whether or not to buy the D100 or the F100 and wait for the next generation of dSLR.
What bothers me most is that shooting RAW seem to slow things down quite a lot. I am curious about the daily experiences of D100 users when shooting RAW. Did it ever result in missing your shot because your buffer was full? I'll be rarely shooting sports photography.

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