03-13-2013 12:50 PM
I own a Canon EOS 650D. Bought in january & I took more than 3000 pics
with it... The images i capture now has high amount of noise in it...
This problem was not there in the beginning....Anyway when i felt that
the images were not clear enough, I compared them with the images
taken on my friend's Canon EOS 600D. And i was very clear that the
images taken on my cam had very high amount of noise..... I hav tried
to fix it my self by checking all settings, but nothing worked... Is
there anyone who can help me get rid of the noise from the photos??
03-13-2013 01:02 PM
What ISO are you shooting? Are you doing long Exposures? Can you post some images for comparison with metadata. It's hard to offer advice without seeing the noise and confirming that it's not due to something else, like high ISO.
03-13-2013 01:51 PM
03-16-2013 06:17 PM - edited 03-16-2013 06:23 PM
the problem occurs at low iso also...
even after comparing with all settings same in both cams, the i find noise in mine...
There isn't much info out there, but we fully confirmed that 650D/T4i delivers bit noiser images than 7D, 60D, T3i. This is especially visible at high ISO. Even when they have the same megapixels count, they do not have the same senor. The sensor in the T4i is a bit noiser than 60D, 600D/T3i, etc.
There are many factors thay may affect your pictures increasing noise: Turning "Highlight Tone Priority" or "Auto Lighting Optimizer" on, taking long exposure pics, taking pictures after using Live View for several minutes (this heats up the sensor, and it's especially noticeable if you take a picture of about 2" or more and you turn off "Long exposure NR"), shooting at high temperatures and high ISO (again, the sensor temperature is a critical factor), etc.
If you can post some samples of "noisy" pictures with full shooting information (including Picture Style if possible), we should be able to help more.