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High ISO shots from the 5D3 are amazingly clean: there's nearly no noise. That's in part thanks to noise reduction algorithms, and has a price: detail.

I downloaded the full res shots from the dpreview 5D3 low light ISO series gallery, resampled them to 1920x1280 (bicubic), and cropped a 200x200 area of i

In the table below you can see the 200x200 crop from each resampled shot, with the ISO-100 one on the right for comparison.


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Also, using James Miller's video test shots from here, I've created this 100% crop (from video frame grab) comparison (5D3 image, turns to 5D2 image wi





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