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I've bought my 1st DSLR a Eos 500d

 
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Jul 09, 2011 06:12 |  #16

jack880 wrote in post #12721372 (external link)
hi mate, welcome to the wonderful world of DSLRs! I shoot raw and jpgs. I use the jpgs as thumbnails for the raws. Flick through them quickly in any image editor (for some reason the thumbnails for raw files dont seem to work on my computer in windows expolrer) and when i see a pic i think is decent i open the raw file, work on that, and save it separately as a jpg.
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you need an upgrade! my computer using old windows vista shows the RAW file as a thumbnail image




  
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Jul 10, 2011 10:48 |  #17

I dunno why it doesn't work - got a high spec computer with windows 7 and the latest canon software - works sometimes in some folders but mostly doesn't work...


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Jul 10, 2011 12:25 |  #18

I use canon supplied DPP for processing the RAW pictures. I find the software sufficient for my needs. Further -- only RAW for me to save space, that also ensures that I do not share until I have touched up in DPP.


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Jul 10, 2011 18:42 |  #19

another point is that the continuous shooting max burst will be longer with raw only....


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Jul 11, 2011 01:14 |  #20

what do you mean by that?

took these yesterday... edited with DPP.. not sure what I'm doing with it be they came out a bit better than the original in RAW..

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Jul 11, 2011 08:38 |  #21

NEMESIS_2020 wrote in post #12721386 (external link)
Personally i think shooting in both raw and jpeg is a waste of space. You can easilly export the raw file to jpeg if you needed to and the thumbnails are easily seen in dpp or lr.

Plus, if you install the desktop version of Picasa it can preview raw files as well.




  
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Jul 11, 2011 14:51 |  #22

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what do you mean by that?

I mean that when you're shooting continuously (i.e. holding down the shutter button and taking pics as fast as possible in continuous shooting mode) the pics are stored in a buffer before being written to the memory card. After a certain number of pics the buffer will get full and the camera will stop taking pics until it has written the contents of the buffer to the memory card. The number of pics it can take before it fills up the buffer will be lower if jpgs and raw are being used than if just raw files are being used.


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Jul 11, 2011 16:19 |  #23

I thought the time it takes to 'process' is all down to the speed of the memory card.. hence I ought a Class 10 16gb SDHC card.

class 10 being faster than the class 2 car I had on my Ixus 90IS


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Jul 11, 2011 16:36 |  #24

The speed of the card determines how long it takes to empty the buffer (i.e. write it to the card) once the buffer is full. The memory required for each image (infulenced by whether or not you are recording raw + jpgs or just one of the 2) determines the number of photos that can be taken before the buffer is full.


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