GR lll Review

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James Bligh Senior Member • Posts: 2,354
Re: GR lll Review

Tungsten Nordstein wrote:

James Bligh wrote:

Tungsten Nordstein wrote:

James Bligh wrote:

illd3fined wrote:

James Bligh wrote:

For the record GR3 received DPREVIEW SILVER AWARD when GR had got DPREVIEW GOLD AWARD.

in 2013 the GR was a groundbreaking concept. what would even the GRII get today

It is strange the review does not say a word about QC issues of GR3. And it does not mention the presence and role of preprocessor though it says ‘noise reduction applied to the Raw at all ISO values 200 and up.’

By giving SILVER AWARD the reviewers may have wanted to say something not told in text?

Isn't pointing out the use of baked-NR already implying the use of an imaging pre-processor? Maybe they felt like it was obvious and not that unusual itself.

They didn't use the term 'baked RAW' didn't even mention the word 'baked' or 'cooked'. Saying it explicitly and implying something are two very different things.

Anyway, no one bothers to talk about baked-in NR or imaging pre-processing in the GRII.

You mean GR3? There is no baked RAW in GR2.

I mean the GR2. How do you know there's no baked-in RAW image pre-processing? My eyes tell me otherwise.

There was no preprocessor employed in GR2.

No 'baked RAW' talk in any of GR2 reviews,

Above all GR2 RAW shows progressive increase and usual amount of noise as ISO steps up.

These suggest no 'baked RAW' in GR2.

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