12-04-2019, 09:58 AM
(12-04-2019, 09:44 AM)Klaus Wrote: The compression in the camera is, most likely, hardware-based - with slower IO.
On the laptop/C1, it's handled by the generic CPU - in software - with faster IO.
Apples vs oranges here I think.
IMHO the compression should have less impact than the slow CF card IO. A 30MB difference is very substantial in terms of write speed. Depends on the card, of course.
Well, there ARE apples and oranges in this game. But looking at the whole fruit basket, the end-result remains the same: Uncompressed RAW has more disadvantages which linit me in shooting and importing. Whe I'm exporting, I don't care that much, usually I'm not processing hundreds of files. So, waiting 1 minute longer for 42 pictures is a reason to get a coffee, but nothing what slows me down.
While the whole process before can be critical in terms of speed, the output usually won't be. Else I shoot JPG and am faster again - and since JPGS of Fujifilm cameras are thaaaat suuuperb (according to Fuji fans) that would be my way to faster output.