Unbiased noise test.

Started Feb 28, 2009 | Discussions thread
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Re: not very accurate

1) Then you shouldn't say unbiased test, you should title it (the test that I like)

2) Detail is equally important as noise, I would take a sharper noisier image compared to a soft less noisy image, if detail doesn't matter why not run NR an all of these and smooth out any noise?

3)For converter you can download the trial version of LR or PhotoShop, it can read RAW files from all cameras.

Regards,
Richard

maluminas wrote:

Rcihardc wrote:

1) you used EC in post, applying EC can certainly accentuate or
reduce noise.
2) your crops have no detail, it is not possible to see how sharpness
changes with ISO.
3) 90% JPEG has compression and will hide some noise/artifacts.
4) The raw converter you used is not a substitute for ACR, LR and
even Nikon Capture NX 2.

1) I know, i now see the shortcomings of that method, but i find it
satisfying.
2) I'm working on that.
3) The next edition will be saved at 100%.
4) I did not wish to buy a converter that could read all those file
types. What is your suggestion?

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