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Old Dec 8, 2008, 2:30 AM   #1
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Amazing result,Isn't it?

Please ignore the bad focus and let us focus the ISO only

Even better than Sony [email protected] 800 (noise)


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Old Dec 8, 2008, 9:40 AM   #2
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Hi, This looked like a good exercise for focus magic ... hope you don't mind, I took out some slight motion blur, and a little focus blur + a little noise filtering. ... Jack.
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Old Dec 8, 2008, 11:25 AM   #3
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yes it's funny how camera makers do things. The Sony A700 had excellent high ISO performance. Then sony comes out with their 'pro'model and it has worse performance.

Now - the link you provided for Sony didn't work - it is interpreted as an email to link.

So I can't see if it is a picture of the same cat in the same light. Or at least a similar type of shot. The noise performance in the cat shot is very good. But if your purpose is to compare it to another you have to make sure the conditions are similar for both shots. So, while I can say the image you posted looks good I can't comment on how it compares to the A900.
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Yes the K20D at ISO 1600 is truly amazing. I just got the camera and that was one of the biggest improvement that I noticed over my K100D. I think even the 3200 is usable.
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Old Dec 9, 2008, 8:50 AM   #5
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Yes the K20D at ISO 1600 is truly amazing. I just got the camera and that was one of the biggest improvement that I noticed over my K100D. I think even the 3200 is usable.

Some input I made earlier re iso 1600 shots from K20D

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...ssage=29980230










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So I can't see if it is a picture of the same cat in the same light.* Or at least a similar type of shot.* The noise performance in the cat shot is very good.* But if your purpose is to compare it to another you have to make sure the conditions are similar for both shots.* So, while I can say the image you posted looks good I can't comment on how it compares to the A900.
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You have some link re the comparison of K20D with the Sonys? Love to see some head to head comparison

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Old Dec 9, 2008, 10:33 AM   #7
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Hi jachol,You did better than mine!!

I tried to reducing the noise but didn't got a good image like yours!Great done!!

Sorry Danile & John,

I have no any sample pics for show,

Ihave took pics with sony gallery's A900(display camera) yesterday and I felt thenoise control is not very good.

Looks like we got misunderstand,Sorry for it

Take a fun shot akuma!!But I think ISO 3200 can't be use...:OI think I can use the ISO 1600 pics if resized.

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Old Dec 9, 2008, 12:10 PM   #8
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victor4u wrote:
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Hi jachol,You did better than mine!!

I tried to reducing the noise but didn't got a good image like yours!Great done!!



Glad you like ...Heres a full size image ... Jack,




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Take a fun shot akuma!!But I think ISO 3200 can't be use...:O*I think I can use the ISO 1600 pics if resized.
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See here for an example at 3200 ["A Christmas Kitty
K20D @ ISO3200"]:

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/fo...93&forum_id=80
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Here is a shot at ISO3200 at 2000x1387, about the same size as OP's picture.



Here is another shot ISO 6400. Still very usable.
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