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During a street walk recently, I tried flipping the image format in my Ricoh GR Digital III from 'Fine JPEG' to 'RAW'. It's not my first time experiencing raw images and processing them but I was a little afraid of the lag in some digital cameras writing the image in the SD card.
Given the fast changing street elements, sometimes it pays not to have a sniper fast camera to capture the second image after the initial shot. Based on my previous experience with the Olympus EP2, it was a dragging encounter waiting for the shutter to get ready for the second shot while going RAW.
Fortunately, I took a maiden step in trying out RAW on the streets with the Ricoh. So far, I'm pretty happy with the writing time. It somehow allows me to shoot the second shot while the camera does its thing writing the first image. Though, the setback is that to shoot the third image in a split second seems like a no-no as it writes down the first two images.
Good enough? Definitely.