Can any boby help with a truth or myth. When you change the colour space in the camera from SRGB to ADOBE RGB, does that allow more colour saturation to be used/absorbed? I was made/or have understood it right/wrong that when set in Adobe RGB, the camera senor is able to use a greater colour area to apply to the saving image. From mymanual "http://media.the-digital-picture.com/Owners-Manuals/ -EOS-50D-Manual.pdf"
Could somebody put it into simple english/laymans terms. Why have the two settings in the camera then? I think I understand the principle to a colour computor monitor, Amount of different colour in a specific colour space, as in 2000 reds rather than 200 in SRGB? Is this right and does that reflect dirrectly to the way the sensor interupts the image and saves it ???