Best low light FF Canon DSLR

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Dr_Jon Veteran Member • Posts: 6,088
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Mako2011 wrote:

Dr_Jon wrote:

Mako2011 wrote:

Dr_Jon wrote:

Again. Really. You can capture it

Yes...ISO does not affect what the sensor captured.

but as there is no way whatever to see it it's pointless.

YMMV

Okay, if you have a tunnelling electron microscopy you might be in with a shot, but you'd need to disassemble the chip while keeping it powered

Or just a camera and Photoshop

No, as the data won't be in the Raw file... which is stored after the ISO amplifier and after the digitiser. Every time you crank the ISO up a stop it throws away the top half of the previous data.

Surely we're done?

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