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gobigdave

Scituate, US
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gobigdave Registered since 21st Aug 2006
Fri 29-Nov-13 09:16 PM

There may be a better place to ask, but I have a D600, so I will start here. If I shoot exclusively RAW, does it really matter whether I have the camera set to sRGB or Adobe? I've seen conflicting info on this. I figure RAW will be RAW regardless, and the color setting will only impact the embedded jpg and preview. Any pros or cons? Again, I exclusively use RAW and process in Lightroom using ProPhotoRGB.

Note, my initial instinct was to set the camera to Adobe, but on reflection I'm wondering if that makes the preview look muddy because I doubt the LCD on the camera can display beyond sRGB.

I'm probably overthinking this, but I am curious.

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