There are no magic one-size-fits-all settings because there are so many different subjects and lighting situations.Anyone have some go to camera still settings (not after settings for video)?
Manual mode, D-LOG, RAW - after the best settings for post..
Mostly used in sunny conditions..
what about sharpening, contrast and saturation settings?
if you shoot in RAW, do the above even make a difference?
Meta! Does your wife know you ordered a boat load of quads?Although Raw is widely regarded as "best", you can still get quite good results shooting jpg.
Experiment with Raw to see what the benefits might be.
But for most people, most of the time ordinary jpg photos are just fine.
Raw doesn't work for my kind of photography but I don't think I'm missing out.
Look at my gallery to get an idea of what can be achieved with jpg files.