Several comments to an earlier post suggest that some UHH followers do not know about or understand there are user-configured controls in their cameras that define how the camera will process the native internal raw file to produce a JPEG.
Every JPEG created by your camera will have a Picture Style/Control applied to it -- either the original factory default settings, the last settings you selected and forgot about, or the settings you just chose for the image you are capturing.
Canon Picture Styles and Nkon Picture Controls are preset yet adjustable parameters that determine how your camera will process and render its JPEG images. Picture Styles/Controls are applied to JPEG (still) and video files during exposure. They are permanent to the extent that the rendering is "baked in" and cannot be undone.
Using them allows you to adjust for a variety of final image parameters. Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Portrait and Landscape, for example, allow for adjustments to clarity, sharpening, contrast, brightness, saturation, and hue (coloration). Monochrome allows for adjustments to sharpening, contrast, brightness, filter effects and toning.
Picture Styles/Controls can also be applied to RAW files, either during or after exposure. For RAW files the Picture Style/Control affects only how images are rendered on the camera’s LED display. The closer the Picture Style/Control is to your intended rendering, the more accurate your image preview will be. For example, if you intend to convert RAW images to black and white, the Monochrome Picture Style will provide a preview of the image in black and white while retaining all original color information in the RAW file. (Monochrome JPEG or video images can not be reconverted back to color.)
Any Picture Styles/Controls applied to RAW files can later be changed or modified using post-processing software. When applied during post-processing with the Canon Digital Photo Professional (DPP) or Nikon Studio raw developer you can apply any Picture Style/Control you like, whenever and as often as you like. The Picture Style/Control you choose will not become a permanent part of the rendering until you export the RAW file as a JPEG or TIFF.
The following links are to videos that further clarify, explain, and demonstrate how and why you should be using Picture Styles/Controls if you are a JPEG shooter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4yxzWjpcLAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xknLxl_nqwchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvuQLQHPaRE