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Posted 14th May 2013 at 09:12 AM by ricban1950

When I switch Noise Reduction to OFF, Noise Filter to OFF and Gradation to NORMAL I get the best quality and least noise in all shooting situations. Can anyone explain this contradiction. It's driving me crazy.
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    Noise reduction only applies to long exposure shots (several seconds and longer). The Noise filter is a smoothing process for in-camera JPEG images and has different levels of strength - many consider even the normal setting sacrifices too much detail and many leave it switched off. Normal Gradation is what I use all the time. I would recommend you explore the world of RAW files processing as you will see even greater improvements in image quality via this route
    Posted 16th May 2013 at 08:26 AM by Ian Ian is offline
 

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