Neuroanatomist is correct. You initially see the same image preview that your camera displays when you review pictures you have taken. When shooting RAW it's best to set the camera's picture style to Neutral to get a realistic preview of what the RAW file will look like. This affects the histogram the camera shows, so keeping it neutral makes the histogram more accurate.
I see. I'll try to follow the best practice.
However, that means that you guys are constantly interpreting/guessing what could be the picture with the right saturation/levels right? This makes reviewing pictures a little bit harder I believe.
Right now, I rate my pictures by looking at my iPad sync (thus jpeg) that gives me a much better understanding of the potential of each thanks to it's 3MPX resolution.
I would to be able to do the rate process completely and directly on the iPad without having to move the picture TO the iPad....