x10 msICE 16 iso100 dr400 frames (96mp) for iso25

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x10 msICE 16 iso100 dr400 frames (96mp) for iso25

x10 msICE 16 iso100 dr400 frames (96mp) for iso25

Using research software Microsoft ICE to combine 16 iso100 dr400 6mp frames delivers around iso25 to the final frame by giving the x10 camera 16 chances of capturing the information for the final frame - that's 96 megapixels of data for one frame.

The math for this final iso value is: Final ISO = ISO / SQRT(Number of FRAMES)

Reducing the final frame to 1200 wide gives the result below when viewed at the original size‚Äč (after clicking on 'original image' click on the new window image to fully expand it).

This something I do with a new camera as it accentuates the capabilities of the sensor.To my eye at least, the new x10 sensor appears to give a much better result than the original sensor.

Thanks for looking.
http://www.dpreview.com/articles/9311974549/getting-the-best-out-of-the-fujifilm-x10

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