SONY must stop the noise!
One of the aspects that has seemed to significantly lag in the SONY DSLR is how noise is being dealt with. Oh, I suppose it has been tolerable for most camera shooters, but for those looking to get significant results in less than optimal conditions, well ... :rolleyes: it's a bit more than troubling.
I have posted settings to try and mitigate the impact of noise in low light conditions, but I am anxious hear if anyone else is "bothered" by this. The introduction of the A900 has, once again, revealed that sensor or "digital noise" continues to plague shots higher than ISO-400.
I strongly suggest that if the camera cannot deal with it directly (RAW or otherwise), that the manufacturer's release some kind of specific "freeware" that can be utilized in the PC & Apple computer for dealing with this issue in an "authorized" and mutually acceptable way for the SONY-style (pun intended ;) ) cameras.
Okay ... let's hear some NOISE of support! I would like to submit this thread to SONY for consideration. Ignoring the issue will do nothing to erradicate it.
Coupled with the soft image problem,
especially, this is certainly one of the biggest problems. Getting good shots in poor light should be a camera company's objective, not an accepted drawback.
Good luck with getting a resolution, but it won't fix itself, so thanks for running this ball into the line for all of us.