Happy Holidays everyone!
Let me preface this question by saying that I know very little about Canon DSLRs.
I have shot with an S3IS years ago, recently with a Sony A700 and now with a Nikon D7000.
The other day I was playing with a friend's 60D and Canon 18-200 lens while shooting high school floor hockey. He had been shooting JPEGS in shutter priority and 'sports ' mode before he handed me his camera.
I noticed that when I was reviewing images on playback on the back of the camera, the images would first appear grainy (being shot at high ISO), and then would quickly get smoother / sharper.
Is there an automatic noise reduction / sharpening correction applied to images appearing on the back of the 60D?
Do images appear the same way once they are downloaded?
If so - is that for JPEG, RAW images, or both?
Is that something that can be turned on / off / modified?
Is this how the camera demonstrates the level of noise reduction selected?
The reason I ask is that neither Nikon or Sony do this in playback....
Please accept my apologies if these are really basic questions...
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