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This page takes a detailed look at frame averaging and how it can improve pixel quality with the Sony A7R IV at ISO 100. Conclusions and tips are included for those looking to raise their game on the image quality front.
This meticulous study addresses both pixel shift and single-shot multiple exposures. The findings here apply in general to any camera, excepting of course Sony specific behavior, which is noted.
While noise with the Sony A7R IV is well controlled, there are very large benefits to be gained with some images, particularly those with a wide dynamic range, and with minimal effort. For those looking to make very large prints, the extra effort (not much) can mean being able to sharpen more and scale up more with minimal artifacts becoming noticeable nearly as soon.
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