ISO preformance on 7d2 vs. 50d

Started Nov 25, 2016 | Discussions thread
jay jay02
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Re: ISO preformance on 7d2 vs. 50d

Jeff Peterman wrote:


Note that a key for low noise is to avoid boosting the shadows in post processing, which means the correct exposure is key. Too often people under expose in low light and boost the shadows in post processing, greatly increasing the image noise (the noise of an ISO 3200 image boosted 1 stop in post processing can be higher than that of a correctly exposed ISO 6400 image).

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This is often very true, but i am finding that boosting the shadow detail on the 80D is actually giving very clean results. Much better than the older Canon sensors, including the FF 5D3 and 6D.

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