HS50EXR and F900EXR reviews ...

Started Mar 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
wymjym
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Re: part 9 -- daylight indoor LvsM ISO ladder using GOOD settings
In reply to Kim Letkeman, Mar 30, 2013

Kim Letkeman wrote:

This is such a tiresome debate, but it makes sense to go through this again using what I have learned so far with the HS50's JPEG engine ...

So here you are ...

http://kimletkeman.blogspot.ca/2013/03/hs50exr-and-f900exr-review-part-9.html

Note that M wins easily, as is always the case in a thorough and fair test

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the debate will continue (for me at least).....I generally save my XS1 files @ 1800 x ????, regardless if shot M or L size. I have seen evidence that L size can be sharper and more defined in certain situations but then just when I thought I had found the holy grail I'd find another shot (similar scene/lighting) and the M size was clearly better.

I believe that the fuji processing is the reason for my confusing observations.

I appreciate all of your time and effort.

If you applied the pksharpening to the L size in your last test....would that change the apparent advantage the upsized M is showing?

wj

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