Thread: Weapon/Helium Really Bad Noise

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    Looks underexposed to me, with the crop and RC compression exaggerating the noise a bit.

    Based on metadata said 1/60th of a second shutter speed, 'metering' at ISO800, the lens stop required to get that depth of field, and with lighting that left a viewable picture on that TV on the wall...

    I agree it's fixable though if you find the noise too much.
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    Put an Otus lens on there (55mm), in daylight (overcast) at 2k.

    Looks great.
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    It's worth repeating that chrominance NR is far more important and useful than luminance NR, all other things being equal. I always apply chroma NR to photos, but never lumi NR (with minor exceptions).
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