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Old Sep 20, 2008, 1:23 AM   #1
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ISO 1600!These are great shots Dawg.....do I need better glasses to see the noise?
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The noise really is not too bad, are these right out of the camera or did you post process them Dawg? The first one is the best IMO, I don't notice any noise and it is very sharp; I think it may just be the sharpest Bigma shot you have posted Dawg. Nice variety of ducks there too Dawg.

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Very good, BD. I don't see noisein any of them. You are mastering that lens.

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Yup, #1 is the winner. Beautiful color, exposure and perfect focus. Great stuff!

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Old Sep 20, 2008, 9:02 PM   #10
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ISO 1600!These are great shots Dawg.....do I need better glasses to see the noise?
A bit of noise in all of these. Mainly in the Red and Blue Channels. I used Despeckle on those channels and NeatImage on them. Took just a second or two for each one.

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