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Leica M11

Leica M11 ISO from 64 to 50000, Full Resolution

This page looks at noise from ISO 64 to ISO 50000 at Leica M11 60MP full resolution (L-DNG).

ISOS 64, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12500, 25000, 50000 are shown with several crops each, both with and without chroma noise reduction.

Additionally, not only are things shown in color, but the separate red/green/blue color channels are also shown, again with and without chroma noise reduction.

For discerning subtle changes from one ISO to the next, crops are best viewed on a conventional pixel density display, such as the NEC PA302W (110 ppi).

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