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Old Nov 26, 2006, 12:59 AM   #11
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Corpsy said
"The tests in the review definitely illustrate that the camera has a superior noise reduction engine, but I don't really care for the subjects they use for their still life tests. Items with smooth, untextured surfaces tend to do very well with noise reduction. You really see how good or bad the camera performs when you put in heavily textured items like wood and brick, and have lots of shadows and highlights to scrutinize."

that is so true, but the tests are designed for matters of resolution, lens and sensor, not to investigate noise

where it is also true are the so called test shots offered in reviews

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