X-T1 jpg quality question

Started Feb 17, 2014 | Questions thread
Ed B
Ed B Veteran Member • Posts: 9,080
Re: X-T1 jpg quality question

Graham Hill wrote:

Ed B wrote:

Graham Hill wrote:

This phenomena has been shown in great detail, over and over and over again. The X-E2 shows sledgehammer amounts of noise at higher ISO values which is dramatically destructive to skin.

You can continue to deny it exists, or do basic research here and find it for yourself. I dont even care about this issue and still have managed to see a half dozen examples in various threads here.

I'm not going to disagree with you but I've still not seen any good examples of this so if it has been shown "in detail, over and over again" I must have missed it.

Granted, it has been talked about in great detail.

There was a fantastic image shot by someone here who overlayed an X-E2 shot on top of an X-E1. The shot was of someone's hand and it showed clear as day the sledgehammer noise reduction that the X-E2 uses at very high ISO values.

One look at this single image and that is all that you need to know.

I wish I bookmarked that image.

Yes, I've seen that.

Now let's see some properly exposed portraits with white balance properly set.

I'm not denying that the X-E2/X-T1 may use a more heavy handed noise reduction at ISO 6400 and above but I still haven't seen real life portraits that show "waxy" skin tones.

Heard a lot about them but would like to see real life examples from a photographer.

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