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    delete

    why bother
    Last edited by SONYNUT; 12-31-2007 at 09:46 AM.

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    if your testing for noise they aren;t good photos to be testing it with. apart from the fact they are incredibley soft, they are all bright whites. to test for noise check the shadows and variable skin tones with some contrast...ie around teh eyes, under the chin etc.
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    And also, 100% crops mean you see the pixels at 100% (full scale pixels). So your use of % is confusing and not very informative.

    So if you can, post 100% crops along with scaled down versions, that will be informative.

    And comparing JPEG output with RAW output will also be interesting.
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    Weird reaction... and one can't make "your own" when one does not have said Sony.
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