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Noise at High Resolution Photo on P72

I'm observing some noise / spots on a high resolution digital photo ( big ones ) at screen , but on reducing the visual area by using some software its vanishing , any idea -- why ? and how to get 'no spots' at first itself ? i'm using sony p72 ( 3.2 MP resolution )

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I'm afraid the Sony P72 doesn't stand up too well at high ISO settings ISO 100 or 200 aren't bad but once you try ISO 400 you're guaranteed to get that blotchy noise. It's just the camera and you really can't do much about it except increase the light level or scale down the finished shot to make the noise less noticeable. Experiment with lower ISO settings and slower shutter speeds. BMW

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