D2h 2.01

Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by Iliah, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. Iliah


    Jan 29, 2005
    Take a "before" and "after" shots, if you are upgrading. Blotches in shadows seem to be reduced.
  2. Iliah ... Stop joking around ... You know the noise will still be there ...

  3. Iliah


    Jan 29, 2005
    I'm not joking - seems to me like less blotches. Not noise, but those ugly clasters.

    Time for a stupid question from the duffer. When I download all I get is the .sit fiile. The instructions say a folder with 2 files is supposed to be created. Nothing happened after downloading the file. Help.

    Thanks, Rich
  5. Iliah


    Jan 29, 2005
    Rich, are you using Mac?
  6. Everything's okay now. I just never heard of Stuffit, that's all.

    Thanks, Rich
  7. I agree with Iliah, less blotchy...
  8. Iliah ...

    Call me crazy, I see no noise performance difference in the before after FW shots I made.

    I did find that the Jpeg also produced less noise than RAW though in the same little test I made.
  9. Iliah


    Jan 29, 2005
    It seems to me that Auto ISO is also a little bit improved.
  10. I just upgraded my D2h FW and took the same sequence of photos before and after. The conditions are a combination of halogen and incandesent lighting, WB set to incandesent, aperture priority, spot metering, jpg fine, tone normal, sharpening off, color mode I.

    Here is the photo and the 1:1 crop area (blue rectangle 400 x 100 pixels)

    And the samples:
    View attachment 5362
  11. So Rory ...

    What is your own conclusion to this test ...

    FWIW, I don't see any real difference in Incadecent lighting but today, I made sure I shot higher ISO than usual and found the nois to be very smooth. Weird ...
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