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Sony RX10 Mark II RAW, Bracketing, and Bit Depth Questions

 
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Nov 27, 2017 03:54 |  #1

I got some questions to ask for those that own a RX10 series camera.

Are the RAW files from the RX10 M2 12-bit or 14-bit files?

One of the problems with the Sony A7 series is that if one were to shoot continuously, even with exposure bracketing, the camera will go from 14-bit RAW to 12-bit RAW. Does this problem occur with the RX10 series as well? If I were to bracket my photos, am I better off bracketing continuously by holding the shutter or shoot a bracket in one shot mode where I press the shutter once each time? I'm looking to maximize image quality.

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