Question about Nikon D5000 Digital Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
On my D-90, the camera is set by default to store two images of each picture I shoot...raw(NEF) and JPEG Fine.
The raw image contains far more data than the JPEG image and is therefore the best to use when you want to do extensive detailed editing.
The JPEG image is used when you only want to do minor editing before publishing or sharing the picture.
JPEG images deteriorate quickly when subjected to editing while RAW or NEF images can handle many more editing steps before losing quality.
If you're shooting snapshots, you probably don't really care about extensive editing and you can save a lot of space on your memory card by changing your menu settings to store only one image of each shot.
To do that, go to the wrench icon in the menu then scroll to image quality. Click on "image Quality" and you will find multiple lines to set the camera to your preference. Choose the one you want.
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