03-24-2021 05:10 PM
I have been shooting Canon 20 years now. Had a dozen SLR bodies. This is my jump into mirrorless. This seems high for noise. I processed the crap out of this to reduce the noise down to this. Is it me or should I give Canon a shout? I have had this body 2 weeks. The lens is a 15-35mm. So good glass. The RAW file was worse with noise.
03-24-2021 05:50 PM
You're really zoomed in there; beyond 100% so the size of the noise is being exaggerated.
This is also at ISO 400. Personally, I don't see any issues.
If you want the lowest noise, use ISO 100.
03-25-2021 12:36 PM
03-25-2021 06:50 PM
Is that really noise we're seeing? In some ways it looks more like compression artifacting. Is it still visible if you save the image as a .PSD or TIFF?
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