There are a few issues to worry about when shooting in Raw, such as color space (Adobe 1998 vs. sRGB). I’ve used both color spaces, but sRGB is closer to most ink jet, pigment, and lab printers (the place where I get my photos printed requires sRGB). If you want all 12-bits of color (as opposed to the 8-bits of a JPEG) you will need to store your image as a TIFF.
Raw has no color profile until you run it through camera raw and select adobe rgb or whatever option you want.
What Donald says.
When you shoot raw, whatever color space you set in your camera is utterly irrelevant.
A raw capture is essentially a very, very dark grayscale, linear image that contains nothing that a human eye would perceive as color. It's only the color space you choose in your raw conversion software that counts.
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Wow, that's a very nice shot..
I would surely consider to buy a Fuji cam soon..
There are several camera out there with different brand names! Mostly digital cameras are known for two brand names! One is Nikon and Second one is Canon! Actually both are competitors of each others but if you are talking about quality, both are doing their jobs in a very best way!