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Old Jun 29, 2005, 4:39 PM   #1
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Here's a good example of the DSC-T7's low light noise issues -- a dimly lit bowling alley that is too big for the built-in flash to illuminate. Auto mode was used for these shots and the camera selected 320 ISO and used the flash.

Here's one of the shots, of my roommate bowling. This is a post-processed "overview" shot:

Here's a pre-processed, raw from the camera, 200% zoom on that... notice the noise.

Here's what noise reduction and a little post-processing can do to clean the image up:

Not perfect, but better than nothing.

I'm not sure any camera could've done a significantly better job, that would've required a very powerful flash, and the ISO had to be high to reduce the blur from the movement in the shot.

Anyway, thought some of you asking for more T7 indoor shots might find it enlightening.
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