This week's poll is obviously for digital camera users and revolves around a seemingly endless debate about the merits or drawbacks of each format. While we have expressed some of our thoughts on the RAW vs. JPG debate before, we would love to know what our readers actually use and why.
The absolute short of the debate is this:
RAW keeps lots of information but creates large files.
JPG requires less storage, but also captures less information about the shot.
Which format do you shoot and why?
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