Subject: Re: When is the right time to convert to DNG
Right. And the very description of conversion would lead me to believe that RAW is just what the name implies while DNG requires a conversion which is one step removed... again no coment on anyone else's choic. I'm just trying to make sure I'm not missing the point.
Currently my conclusion is that it seems like DNG is yet another process in the post production chain that, at best, saves RAW in a compressed format that may save the user 15-20% worth of disc space (in my case, ie. Canon MkII-1D).
I haven't experimented with RAR or Zip archivers but I wonder outloud what the differences if any might be if one chose to use either on of those archivers. RAR is supposed to 'better' than zip. I may be wandering... sorry. -jr
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