What a good point raised by Bob Newman in this week's edition regarding JPEG 2000....why don't manufacturers use this format?. I am a fan of using the RAW editing software that usually comes with the cameras that I have purchased in the hope that this will give me a similar look to the in camera processed JPEG but with the added bonus of my slight adjustments in terms of highlights and shadows ( especially). Fujifilm X series cameras supply a variant of Silkkypix comes with the ability to replicate the Film Simulations such as Classic Chrome , Velvia , Provia etc. This very good if you like to process the Raw file away from the camera and in the relaxed and considered manner mentioned. The other bonus of a Fujifilm X series camera is that if the image has been shot in Raw then the film simulation , Highlight,Shadows,Dynamic range,and Noise reduction settings can be edited in camera after the event, this is a sure way to keep the feel and look of the output Jpeg correct. As well as wondering why JPG 2000 gas not been embraced, I also wonder why camera manufacturers do not give the user an option to save a DNG file with a chosen Film simulation or colour profile baked in ( perhaps they do?? ) so there would be at least a good starting point to preserve that certain look that the camera was purchased for perhaps. Cheers , Ian Knight.