Summary of When you should use ProRAW, and when you shouldn’t

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The video discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using ProRAW vs JPEG. It concludes that ProRAW is best used in specific situations where you need more control over the image, like when the white balance is off or the exposure is slightly off. For most everyday photography, JPEG is a better option.

  • 00:00:00 Apple's new ProRAW format is only available on the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max models with the A14 Bionic chip and six gigabytes of RAM. ProRAW uses up about 25 megabytes of data, and while it has some advantages over regular JPEG and HEIC images, it's not necessary for most everyday photography. Lastly, if you want to distribute photos quickly and without editing, HEIC and in particular JPG are more appropriate formats.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses when to use ProRAW, and when it's better to stick with jpeg. It goes on to say that pro raw can be a helpful tool in overcoming certain limitations in the real world, like when your white balance is off. Another example is when your exposure meter is slightly off.

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