Noise becomes visible above ISO 400 and Is prevalent at ISO 1600 and 3200. EWIri at the maximum ¡SO setting of 3200, due to some heavy noise reduction in the JPEG file, the noise is well suppressed and monochrome in its appearance. This means it doesn't greatly degrade the colour ot the image, only really removing the fine- detail, much like a good high-speed film would. On the Raw file, the noise is far more obvious.


Both Raw and JPEG images appear bright and crisp, with enough processing on the JPEG to happily use straight from the canera, while not overdoing It, Raw flies on doier inspection are slightly aisper and carry fractionally more detail. But the main benefits come from the white balance control and ihe pre-process adjustment options for using this file type.

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