E-5 Raw noise performance = E-30/ ballpark E-3's

Started Dec 18, 2010 | Discussions thread
Dorus Senior Member • Posts: 1,065
Re: I don't think I do...

Please have a look at the ISO 3200 pictures copied below. The E-5 clearly retains detail (most clearly seen in the vertical lines in the pen drawing on the left) which is disappearing fast in the E-30 image. Also, the E-5 has much finer grained noise compared to the E-30.

The difference is at least obvious to me. If you don't see it, we'll have to indeed 'agree to disagree'. And with the evidence now for all to see, everyone can make up their own minds.

Dorus

Raist3d wrote:

Dorus wrote:

Raist3d wrote:

certainly it's your opinion. The data out says very different.

I'm afraid you're going to have to defend the word 'very' in the above sentence, as the review you posted shows obvious differences. And that's data.

The link I gave shows the noise of all cameras- and this is said in the review right there- to be ballpark between each other (that means E-3, E-30, and E-5). Not surprising given the E_5 and E-30 share the same sensor.

So if you are not seeing this obvious finding for yourself we will have to agree to disagree (btw, that's what the review also says- that they are ballpark same).

Dorus

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