SRF is a format used by Sony cameras to capture RAW images and has a similar function and structure to the SR2 and ARW formats. Using RAW images instead of the more accessible JPG or TIF format is favored by photographers who are experienced enough to be able to apply customized digital processing. That is because RAW images cannot be used as such, but need to pass through an editing process in which aspects such as color depth, white balance or exposure are corrected. The main advantage of using a RAW format is that it will result in better quality images. SRF files, however, tend to be very large in size and thus might be difficult to handle.
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