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    I have not tried ON1, but they seem to be making steady progress. I have heard that early adopters were often unhappy, but I have also heard that they have continuously updated it, fixed bugs, and added new features. I see today that they have a new major version out.ON1 Photo RAW 2019 arrives with […]
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Sony Alpha 700 high ISO pictures

THE high ISO image quality of the Alpha 700 is important if it is to appeal to news, sports and wildlife photographers. Sony claims the A700’s three-stage noise reduction process (on-chip, RAW file NR, and user controlled High ISO NR) will match the best results from competing Canon and Nikon models. These are excerpts from full resolution pictures, not resized pictures, you can find full pictures on the links stated under the pictures. Please be aware that entire picture is almost 6 MB.

ISO 3200

Alpha 700 ISO 3200

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ISO 4000

Alpha 700 ISO 4000

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ISO 5000

Alpha 700 ISO 5000

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ISO 6400

Alpha 700 ISO 6400

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Click on the picture or the link below to view a full size image in your browser. Use your magnify cursor if present to see this at 100 per cent size, or download the image and view it in you image editing program. These are all in-camera JPEGs. They are not conversion from the raw files. The A700 camera used was a pre-production model handed round at the launch press conference in Italy, and final production delivery cameras may have a better file quality than this.

– Damir Tiljak


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