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Old Sep 20, 2013, 2:40 PM   #11
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I was a little surprised with how heavy the NR is at ISO1600 seems to be way more than what I was hoping to see.
How often do you shoot in-camera jpeg's, much less using default camera settings?

Almost every Olympus camera oversharpens and uses the much heavier-handed standard noise filter default settings instead of the better low, off settings or, even better, just shoot the darn thing raw and process in Photoshop where you get a better result in any event.

Some of the worst possible quality shots I have seen, were taken as "test" shots by reviewers who had no business being the first ones to handle any camera.

Doesn't everyone know by now most "test" shots have little relevance compared to real-world use once cameras are supported by third-party programs like Photoshop (?), and I see the E-M1 already is now by Adobe, which has to be an all-time record speed for support of any new Olympus camera.

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Old Sep 21, 2013, 11:01 PM   #12
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no idea what they used for conversion at DPR but the 'new' M1 RAW studio shot is a mess
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