Raw rendering, gratuitous geotagging, and newsie nibbles. And in a special guest appearance, Phil's back!
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I've been shooting with Canon dSLRs for a while now, and have been lucky enough to have bought an EOS-1Ds Mark III. It's an awesome camera, etc. etc., BUT I was wondering when I shoot at night and record simultaneously on CF (SanDisc Extreme IV 8GB) and SDHC (Extreme III 8GB) in both raw and JPEG (L and highest quality), that the raw files come out much brighter, almost overexposed to what I wanted, than the JPEG version when the image has obviously been shot using identical settings, etc. Can you guys shed any light as to why the raw is brighter than the JPEG? Thanks heaps guys, Daniel.
Do you know of any current geotagging camera? Do you guys think that this is just a fad, or is there something behind it? I personally think its pretty cool. It's a good way to document your trips, vacation, etc. I'm curious to hear your thoughts.--Ched