5D3 Pattern Noise Improvement and High ISO Cooking

Started Apr 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
stephenmelvin Veteran Member • Posts: 4,547
so what does it all mean?

How does ISO 50000 look?

It seems to me that the processing means that ISO 100000 looks different than a file shot at ISO 25K and pushed two stops.

The question is whether this is a good thing or a bad thing.

Overall, the image quality of the new camera at higher ISO's is unquestionably nicer than that of the Mk II. They're usable, which isn't something you could always say about the older camera.

What I find interesting is how Canon's in-camera NR is terrible looking. This signal processing is done in such a way as to look a lot more organic.

Have you noticed such processing in other cameras?

You always post such interesting threads!

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