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This series looks at image quality from ISO 100 through ISO 12800. Based on a 66% larger sensor size than 35mm full frame, it is reasonable to expect about a 28% improvement in noise. Other factors such as recent sensor design improvements and camera electronics also come to bear, a point driven home when one considers the most relevant comparison of the Hasselblad X1D ISO series.
Includes a RawDigger histogram series for all ISO values that shows a distinctly curious behavior starting at ISO 3200.
ISO series, Dolls
Adobe Camera Raw 126.96.36.1998. View ACR settings. Exposure adjustments made to exposures due to erratic metering; see comments with the RawDigger histograms.
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