« on: September 04, 2013, 10:43:33 AM »
One also gives up some color accuracy.
If you're suing something other than DPP, be sure your RAW converter of choice supports mRAW. If you need to use DPP to convert your mRAW to DNG for further processing, you'll end up with bigger files than just shooting regular RAW.
Some technical details on mRAW, color sampling, etc., from Doug Kerr are here.
Thanks a lot, Neuro. I was hoping you would step up.
I use DPP for my RAW conversions so that will not be a problem. I'll check out the link you've provided.
You are a wealth of knowledge and I appreciate you sharing.