What is the difference between .pef and .jpg?
- Raster Image
- Joint Photographic Experts Group
- Uncompressed RAW photograph taken with a Pentax digital camera; stores image information exactly how it was captured by the camera's sensor, with no compression or color adjustment.
- A JPG file is an image saved in a compressed image format standardized by the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). It is commonly used for storing digital photos and used by most digital cameras to save images. JPG files are among the most common image files along with .PNG, .TIF, and .GIF.
- MIME Type
- .pef on Wikipedia
- .jpg on Wikipedia