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Old Jun 25, 2011, 9:25 AM   #1
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Default Angry Birds by the HS20 EXR

Angry bird captured by the HS20
(Had to resize the angry bird so as to enable to upload)
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Old Jun 25, 2011, 9:58 AM   #2
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Great Images... last one is too good. Again no noise.

Can I know what setting have you applied to the Noise Reduction in the camera?

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Old Jun 25, 2011, 11:01 AM   #3
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Thanks ! Auto EXR. is the mode i chose. This opportunity lasted only for a few seconds. hence could not choose Manual Mode to experiment.
Details of the pic shown in iphoto are -
Shutter 1/250
Aperture - f/5.6
Max Aperture - f/2.8
Focal Length - 126mm
ISO speed - 1000
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Love the last pic.

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Great Images... last one is too good. Again no noise.

Can I know what setting have you applied to the Noise Reduction in the camera?

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The NR looks like it's cranked way up either in-camera or in PP, as you can see a lot of smearing. However, there is clearly visible noise through the image. Not sure why you can't see it. What is your monitor resolution?
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The NR looks like it's cranked way up either in-camera or in PP, as you can see a lot of smearing. However, there is clearly visible noise through the image. Not sure why you can't see it. What is your monitor resolution?
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I also think ISO 1000 is too much. And the speed is too slow for full zoom
That's why pictures are smooth
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Thanks for the comments friends. I used a complete auto mode, hence the EXR used ISO 1000 due to low light outside. it was a bit cloudy, plus to that a bird mesh through which the photograph was taken. hence it had to focus through the mesh on the bird. I hope i am correct in my conclusion.
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