DPP Question for 50D owners

Started Oct 3, 2008 | Discussions thread
Jovo Veteran Member • Posts: 4,200
Re: Not unless you have HINR turned on

I have everything turned off on the 50D, but DPP still applies the NR. The only way I can turn it off, as I said earlier is in DPP.

Decoboy wrote:

Hi Karma,
As far as I can see DPP does not 'apply them' automatically, it does
however have the values preset. If you turn on HINR in the camera
then DPP does apply them (which makes sense), the settings are as
follows
ISO LUMNR/ChromaNR
100 1/2
200 2/4
400 2/5
800 3/7
1600 4/10
3200 5/12
6400 7/13
12800 10 / 14

I like this, if I forget to have HINR turned on the 'defaults' are
there if I need them.

More importantly Canon is doing something very different and very
sexy in the latest DPP for the 50D. I'll be posting some 40D-50D
comparisons tomorrow, the results are amazing. I don't know what
they've done but after applying the new NR 'sauce' in DPP the 50D
wins hands down.

BTW LR 2.1 / ACR 4.6 can (unofficially) handle the 50D shots however
the results are poor. Hopefully they will get it right soon so I can
get back to my normal workflow.

Cheers
--
Brian

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