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Mr_Saginaw Dec 23, 2004 7:42 PM

Here is one of the reasons I upgrade to a 20D... ISO 3200! Here is a sample from yesterday. Ran it thru Neat Image. I've also included a 100% crop... I'm still staring at a amazing 4X6 print...

http://www.tammyandjohn.com/test/IMG_4451_ni.jpg

http://www.tammyandjohn.com/test/100percent.jpg

ssmoore Dec 23, 2004 8:01 PM

looks awesome! I just upgraded also to the 20d from the 300d. I hope I can get the same results.



steve

Freefly Dec 24, 2004 5:33 AM

That is great. I have the 20d and am already impressed, and I have just bought neat image based onyour photo, so I hope it is as good as you say it is!! :lol::cool:

Mr_Saginaw Dec 24, 2004 6:31 AM

I've been very happy with Neat Image. I purchased the "Pro" edition so I could do Batch processing... works great!

Freefly Dec 24, 2004 8:11 AM

Yes, I went for the pro+ edition too. from what little I have done so far...very impressive. The batch processing will come in quite useful..nice one.

k1par Dec 24, 2004 8:18 AM

Great shot. I am green with evny (it's enought to make you drool:-)), hopefully sometime this year I will also upgrade BUT the money has to be there. We'll see.

choeschen Dec 24, 2004 9:10 AM

What lens did you use and what were your camera settings?

Mr_Saginaw Dec 24, 2004 10:20 AM

This was with my Sigma 70-210 HSM EX 2.8 lens. Settings were:

ISO-3200
Aperture-2.8
Shutter-1/100

Handheld with the BG-E2 battery grip... (no problems so far!)

Paul(UK) Dec 24, 2004 11:15 AM

Mr_Saginaw wrote:
Quote:

This was with my Sigma 70-210 HSM EX 2.8 lens. Settings were:

ISO-3200
Aperture-2.8
Shutter-1/100

Handheld with the BG-E2 battery grip... (no problems so far!)
Could you please post the 100% crop before you did the noise reduction so I can compare the sharpness before and after.

Thanks.

Paul

Mr_Saginaw Dec 24, 2004 11:42 AM

here you go...

http://www.tammyandjohn.com/test/100_no_ni.jpg


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