High ISO with the Z7ii

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What does one do on a rainy, gloomy Sunday with the dogs moping around? Why, playing with high ISO! ;)

My methodology: Non-moving pup in the den, natural light coming in from the window, Z7ii handheld (resting on the floor), with High ISO NR set to low. All images were shot with the 35mm f/1.8s set at f/1.8. These are in camera jpegs with the following additional noise reduction set in Adobe Camera Raw: NR 10, Detail 25, Contrast 25, Color NR 10, Detail 25, Contrast 25. Then resized to 3096 x 2064 in PS.

1) ISO set at 6400:
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2) ISO Set to 12800:
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3) ISO set to 25600:
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A very nice demo of how good high ISO images can look. Even with the downsampling to screen resolution, I see noise in the shadow areas, but the important elements do look extremely clean.
 

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