Hi All - I recently purchased a new 7D Mark II from B&H and I'm currently reading through the instruction manual. I came to the Picture Styles section where one can select different styles for different subjects. For example, a Portrait style may have different in camera processing than a Landscape style. Now, my question is, does this apply only to JPEG images (not RAW)? I feel confident it applies only to JPEG's but would like some others corroboration on this. For amateur folks like myself who are still learning, I think it would be helpful for Canon to make this clear in the manual, even as a footnote (which they do not do). Other settings which I believe apply only to JPEG's are: Noise Reduction, Highlight Tone Priority, Auto Lighting Optimizer. I would appreciate any comments on this.
Btw, I purchased the 7D Mark II as a camera for shooting my daughter's sporting events (currently indoor track and indoor soccer). Everything is posted on SmugMug for the players and parents. 95% of my photography is high school sports.
Thanks - Dave