View Single Post
Old Jun 20, 2012, 3:48 PM   #7
James Emory
Senior Member
James Emory's Avatar
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Bay City, MI
Posts: 2,380

Originally Posted by Greg Chappell View Post
Not using that slider is the equivalent of shooting JPEG with the in-camera noise filter turned off. Play with it. You should see an improvement in image noise. I have a default setting of 20 on that slider for my E-P3 files I capture at ISO 200. As the ISO rises, you should need to progressively add more. How much more is just a matter of personal taste. The "20" value I use at ISO 200 is my own suggestion someone else might think is too conservative or crazy high. Just depends on one's own aversion to noise or noise control.
I'll make note of it since I still don't know how to set a default. I definitely need to read more.
Olympus OMD-M5, HLG6 grip, Olympus 4/3rd 35mm macro lens, Panny/Leica 25mm, f1.4, Olympus 17mm, Canon Pro 9000 Mk II Printer, Canon MP990 Printer, Slik U212 Tripod, Manfrotto monopod, MMF3 converter.
James Emory is offline   Reply With Quote