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Old Feb 4, 2013, 11:00 AM   #11
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That's surprising. I have the EPL1 and I find it handles ISO up to 2000 decently well. Either the EPL2 is significantly different in this area or my noise tolerance is higher. But the key is to use the settings that produce images you are happy with.
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Old Feb 4, 2013, 11:51 AM   #12
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That's surprising. I have the EPL1 and I find it handles ISO up to 2000 decently well. Either the EPL2 is significantly different in this area or my noise tolerance is higher. But the key is to use the settings that produce images you are happy with.

I've found that I tolerate it more in bright scenes than dark--which isn't very convenient, but there you go. I have an ISO limit of 1600 on mine, but that high to me shows mixed results--sometimes looks OK sometimes doesn't. Anything under about 800 usually works though.

Anyhow, those look great Ram. Did you do a lot of sharpening? It looks sharp my I might try to hit it even more to see how it looks.
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