- July 18, 2012 at 8:54 pm #2724Jack MacDEstablished MemberUSA, St. Louis, MO and Phoenix, AZJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 358Currently using:
When the S2 allowed compression, I heard there was no visible difference, nor could I see any versus non compressed, other than my HD filling up faster. Yet this blogger claims a big difference in ability to work with RAW files.
Do any of you see this kind of difference in your testing??
- July 18, 2012 at 10:38 pm #2726Josh LehrerLegendary MemberJoin Date: Aug 2014Posts: 233Currently using:
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There is absolutely no difference. Given that there are a few factual inaccuracies in the article, I would be careful taking too much of it very seriously.
- July 19, 2012 at 4:34 pm #2730David FarkasNewbieHollywood, FLJoin Date: Aug 2014Posts: 413Currently using:
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Jack, I just read the article as well. I’ll second what Josh said.
The S2 uses lossless compression. There is no difference whatsoever in image quality. Test this for yourself.
I’ll restrain myself from correcting the other bits of misinformation at this time, but let’s just say that I would take it all with a large grain of salt.
- August 28, 2012 at 10:51 pm #2873Albert Knapp, MDFrequent MemberJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 15Currently using:
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I have been using lossless compression for the past two years and have not noticed any detrimental changes. :):)
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