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Good idea, I will try that!
 
Bjorn
http://www.bjornjensen.com
 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scuba diving discussion list [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On
> Behalf Of Ron Fuller
> Sent: 16 December, 1999 23:42
> To: Multiple recipients of list SCUBA-L
> Subject: Re: Digital
>
>
> At 01:51 PM 12/16/99 +0700, you wrote:
> >Ron wrote:
> >
> >> The AGFA high setting is basically a non(or very very low)
> compressed jpg
> >> so the loss doesn't start taking place until it's re-saved.
> (recompresed?)
> >
> >I have to admit, a 1.3 MB JPG seems very high, indicating very little
> >compression.
> >
> Bjorn
> You may want to try shooting  the same subject with both the TIFF and
> hi-res JPG settings then printing them raw and seeing if visually there is
> a difference between the two formats.  It's possible that on the TIFF
> setting the Nikon is saving more information then your printer
> and eyes can
> use. (To make it fair have someone else mark which print is which, before
> you look at the printed images)
>                                                 Best Regards
>                                                       Ron in San Diego
>
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