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The Sony F-828 - 07/20/2004
I purchased this camera last Winter and have mostly been doing Western Landscapes and historical type places shot with a tripod;
http://community.webshots.com/album/148735692iKFQoC

I am NOT happy with the quality of JPG and am planning on swithching to RAW by next trip. The problem is RAW and TIF take so much space! My friend Steve was recently in South America and he carried an ipod to download his RAWs into. From there it's an easy task to download into the Laptop (carrying a laptop in the field is too unweildy. Steve also recommends Photoshop CS as a means of storing and doctoring up RAW photos (you can duplicate to JPG so as to make your shots acceptable to Photo sites, imovie and etc). Steve also recommends another hard drive as he says RAWs will fill up your HD in short order.
Jeff MN USA



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