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White Balance Bracketing

If I use RAW and do adjustments in a RAW program. What is the advantage of setting the camera to use White Balance Auto Bracketing? It would seem I can accomplish the same thing in a RAW program. Is this true, what am I missing? Jim
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Re: White Balance Bracketing

If you are doing postbprocessing of RAW then pretty much all of the in-camera settings don't matter. You can adjust them all in post.

 

Long Exposure Noise Reduction is applied to RAW file in-camera. I believe Highlight Tone Priority is also an in-camera applied effect. Everything else is a file tag that doesn't affect the RAW data file.

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic
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Re: White Balance Bracketing

Thanks, I just thought I might be missing something, I wonder why RAW is not used more, it seems to be the answer for evertthing. Jim

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