DCS is a RAW image format associated with some models of Kodak cameras. The main advantage of shooting in RAW mode is that the photograph includes almost everything its sensor captures — without the pre-defined adjustments of color, brightness or noise that normally apply when shooting in compressed formats such as JPEG. However, RAW images are only a good idea for photographers who can handle advanced image processing using specialized software. Moreover, they can be very large in size, so they tend to be difficult to store and transfer.
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