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DSC-T7 - Noise in image

To owners of the Sony DSC-T7: Do you notice noise in the dark areas of your images? Take a look at the dark coat the man is wearing in the image. Is this just a charactistic of the small image sensor in the T7? http://www.pbase.com/marvinh/friends -- Marvin

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No, not really. For a digicam, it has simply amazingly low noise and a very sharp image. Your shot was shot at ISO320 - there's naturally going to be a little noise in the image. Even DSLRs when shot at higher ISOs like that tend to pick up a little bit of noise. Try shooting at lower ISOs like 64 or 100 to keep noise levels to a minimum. Even in your pic, I didn't see any noise in the shadows, looks quite good.

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