I read on here somewhere that when the GH2 takes a picture it converts it to a jpeg and applies some processing to it to adjust color and such to whatever your settings are. This, I imagine, takes some processing time. So I thought if I set the camera to RAW only, I should be able to run burst longer without hitting the buffer as it shouldn't be doing as much processing to the file. Through testing I found this to be very wrong and I don't know why. I get that the RAW file is larger, but why does it hit the buffer faster in any mode that uses RAW, including RAW only? I thought since it wasn't applying any custom settings or anything it would use less processor time and therefore write quicker. Why is this? Thanx!