BIF shooters, please help

Started Mar 15, 2014 | Questions thread
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Re: BIF shooters, please help

Yes, after ISO1600 there's more noise. But I have found it acceptable, so that I can achieve the depth of field and shutter speed that I want so that a large portion of the bird is in focus and it's not blurry. Here's one at ISO5000 from my camera. According to DxO Mark the low light performance of the SL1 (100D) camera is similar to my Canon T2i (550D) camera.

This is an out-of-the-camera JPEG, that is post processed simply with IrfanView. I suppose if I shot this RAW and applied some noise reduction with other software, it would be better. But I kind of like it the way it is now. A little extra grains or noise doesn't necessarily detract from the overall image. But I suppose that's a subjective opinion, that each of us might view differently.

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