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Sample at ISO1600 for 3oldmen

By MentorRon
In response to a query by 3oldmen I have uploaded this closeup interior shot taken with my F100fd at ISO1600 with no post-processing (straight from camera). As this shot was near an exterior window, I did not feel that it needed grain removal. Focus point was green cup handle. You can see some minor artifacts in the shadow areas, but absolute black areas don't seem to be affected.

Tags: General Close-up and macro Sample at ISO1600

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30 Apr 2019 7:22PM
Tomorrow I will upload a side-by-side 100% crop of another ISO1600 image which exhibited more visible grain, showing before and after the use of the free Neat Image V8 program to remove visible grain. Maybe if I learned this program's usage better, I could get a better result. I just use it's default settings for now and I'm satisfied.

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30 Apr 2019 10:29PM
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30 Apr 2019 11:04PM

Quote:Tomorrow I will upload a side-by-side 100% crop of another ISO1600 image which exhibited more visible grain, showing before and after the use of the free Neat Image V8 program to remove visible grain. Maybe if I learned this program's usage better, I could get a better result. I just use it's default settings for now and I'm satisfied.


Changed my mind. Instead I will upload a test photo, unaltered, as found on Imaging-Resource.com's trial of this camera. This will show you an extra level as it was shot at ISO3200. You will immediately notice loss of detail in the hair and flowers, but it is an acceptable image IMHO assuming you DON'T PIXEL-PEEP at 100% afterwards and MUST go with 3200 to get the shot.

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