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Nikon dose this as well i had my Nikon D750 set to 12bit raw compressed you have the choice of compressed raw 12 or 14 bit or non compressed.

For sports i shoot with cropped lens so i am at a DX 12bit compressed Raw for 9.8MP files and a buffer of 100 raws

Here is a min revire on it http://blog.kasson.com/?m=20140217

He says I think that the possibility of visible artifacts in a7 and a7R images due to Sony’s raw compression is remote, but not nonexistent. I don’t plan on worrying about it myself.

​I've seen it produce visible banding in a lot of photos, particularly when recovering shadows, which is half the point of shooting Sony's sensors in the first place.

Also, Nikon offers a more compressed RAW format, but it also has a lossless 14-bit option if you want the best out of your camera. Sony does not. 

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