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I usually shoot Jpeg at concerts because I'm basically holding the shutter down for 3 hours. I'd shoot RAW, but atm I only have a 4GB CF card and I'm thinking about shooting sRAW instead. Is there ANY reduction in quality between RAW and sRAW other than a reduction in megapixels (that I won't even need). I mean I don't need to be taking 10 megapixel photos just to upload to flickr.
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i believe it is only a reduction in size and wont clip the highlights or shadows like jpg.
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Buy a bigger/more cards. Problem solved.
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