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    I know Zoombrowser (it's free and it came on your Canon disk) works great for viewing RAW files and you can then drag and drop them right into your photo editor or programs like photomatix, it's what I use when I want to do some tone mapping on a single RAW photo. Not sure if it will recognize Nikon or other than Canan RAW files though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by convergent
    You're saying you see the RAW and JPEG files separately in Lightroom? For me, it always stacks them and takes the RAW file to work with.
    i only shoot raw so im guessing that is what i am seeing until i export it to jpg. i guess it could be the extracted jpg that im actually looking at but at this point i havent converted to jpg so i assumed it was the raw file.
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    Yeh, well what I'm saying I guess is that I much, much prefer the in-camera conversion to JPEG vs. what Lightroom does. I believe the only way to get that proprietary conversion is to either shoot JPEG, OR, use Digital Photo Pro for the RAW conversion, and then take those to edit... in which case you are largely defeating the purpose and killing the workflow. Maybe one day the manufacturers will get of this proprietary kick and develop a real industry standard for RAW that everyone can use consistently.

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    i haven't really tried comparing the two, maybe i should do that sometime.
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