6D - Multishot noise reduction
I read this from here:
"the EOS 6D is the first full-frame EOS model to offer Multi-Shot Noise Reduction. Leveraging the in-camera processing power, Multi-Shot Noise Reduction offers an alternative to slow shutter speeds that risk blur when a tripod isn't available. And, it doesn't rely on sky-high ISO settings, either.
Instead, Multi-Shot Noise Reduction takes four separate still images, in rapid succession, at relatively fast shutter speeds (speed will vary, depending on lighting in the scene). These are then combined in-camera, into one finished image with the combined brightness of the four individual images, the sharpness of one image taken at a fast shutter speed, and a lower ISO value than would have been possible in a single shot. As long as the camera is reasonably hand-held, the system aligns all four images into one finished, sharp image... a tripodcan be used, but is absolutely not necessary. This is a setting even the most experienced SLR user should experiment with, with an eye toward exploiting in low-light scenes when they're traveling."
Has anybody read or heard if this valuable feature works only in jpeg format or in raw as well? It would a low light revolution if it worked in raw format.
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