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Stacey
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      08-11-2006
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> Quicker to just leave the camera on P And shoot away (10d) than mess in
> the menus to select JPEG.


LOL you shoot in "P" and are worried about RAW?

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      08-13-2006
Stacey wrote:
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>> Quicker to just leave the camera on P And shoot away (10d) than mess in
>> the menus to select JPEG.

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> LOL you shoot in "P" and are worried about RAW?


Sure. When shooting family events and such (parties, etc) - it's way
too easy to simply slide the dial to P and shoot away without worrying.

Then when back to "Serious" shooting, M, Tv, Av, etc.
 
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