Continued to be amazed by low light performace from EM-1

Started Apr 26, 2014 | Discussions thread
OP DaveLemi Regular Member • Posts: 366
Re: Continued to be amazed by low light performace from EM-1

Dave Sanders wrote:

photofan1986 wrote:

Well, it's certainly sharp in the sense of lack of motion but noise suppression makes details mushy. I get the same with my E-M5. My Panasonic GM1 is better, however. But what I mean is that it would have been better in RAW with some careful processing.

Yes, RAW and careful processing produces some impressive results from the E-M1. I suspect the GM1 and EM1 have the same sensor. Here's one of a dashing male model at 12,800.

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Dave Sanders

12.8k- wow! Great picture

To demonstrate how far technology has come, here is a 17yr old scan of ISO 1600 B&W negative film-

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Some of my pics can be found here-

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