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Take a "before" and "after" shots, if you are upgrading. Blotches in shadows seem to be reduced.
 
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Iliah said:
Take a "before" and "after" shots, if you are upgrading. Blotches in shadows seem to be reduced.
DISREGARD; FIGURED IT OUT

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
 
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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.
 
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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)
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And the samples:
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So Rory ...

hillrg said:
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)
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And the samples:
View attachment 5364

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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