D. Vance wrote in post #14764953
Doesn't compress as much, and it's easier to PP, you can change White Balance and color a lot easier, and rescue blown highlights. I shoot in RAW some; I don't use them much; I like what comes SOOC more.
JPEG is probably a bad idea. There has been much written about both formats but white balance and the ability to recover blown highlights is one of the big reasons raw is a desired format over JPEG. What you see in your viewfinder is a JPEG file. Raw gives you total control and a better opportunity to control the entire dynamic range of the photos and allows the photographer to make decisions on sharpening and how the blacks and whites are applied,,,,,,,,,,JPEG does not do this. Countless top of the line industry experts advise to Shoot raw.Thats what i do and i get it right in camera as well