Using one of mine as an example, this shot below would be impossible to get using just JPEG
I find that this article explains this relatively well:http://www.slrlounge.com/raw-vs-jpeg-jpg-the-ultimate-visual-guide
Just one point, that is taken with a Canon 5D Mk II DSLR, not a small sensor point-and-shoot !
Quote from: Microfunguy on 20 / June / 2013, 16:00:47Just one point, that is taken with a Canon 5D Mk II DSLR, not a small sensor point-and-shoot !Yeah, rub it in. The noise levels are definitely lower and the optics better than for my A4000. I guess you get what you pay for.
For an essentially static scene like that I would just use high-speed exposure bracketing.
Some idea came to my mind. If Cannon built-in software can better sharpen an image and get more details than other raw-processing software, it would be possible to make a software, that uses Cannon JPEG for RAW processing, to find details in RAW.
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