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Old 04-19-2004, 12:32 AM   #11
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Nope there is give and take to each cam, you got to find what fits in to your experience level, your photographic ability, and your budget. PS will not read the RAW file, PhotoShop CS has a RAW converter with it, but even that has to be updated at adobe.com to read Fuji's .RAF extension. There are a few freeware RAW converters that are supposed to be decent, the one bundled with the fuji software sucks! Loof for S7DRAW or something like that. I'll find it tomorrow and post a link. RAW also provides a better image, and if you under expose the pic...you can bump up the exposure etc....
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whats PS and Raw?
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Old 04-19-2004, 09:28 AM   #13
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PS=PhotoShop

The first version of Photoshop to have a RAW converter is PhotoShop CS.

RAW is the mode the camera stores the picture in. RAW files are exactly what the ccd sees when you tank the picture, with no in camera manipulation, for white balance, softening or sharpening, no jpeg compression, no saturation or any of the things done to the picture in camera that are done to other files.
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Hey RR, how big is your tank, jugding by the picture, it has to be big one for you to be able to maintain the health of your corals/fishy, the pictures give the look of a really healthy tank, isn' it?
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Yes, the tank is healthy, have to frag the corals regularly, the fish are healthy etc...It's not a large tank, it's 20g
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