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« Reply #25 on: August 22, 2016, 13:09 »
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A6300 handles noise very well.
I have a ISO3200 photo of a bird, that was approved by SS, and the other agencies I upload to.

One thing you can do to reduce noise, and make sharpness look better, is to resize. If a 6000 pixel wide photo is reduced to 3000 pixels, it looks a lot better.

Yes - if you have a good bright exposure, you can get an acceptable photo even at 3200.  I've done it with insects.   Really, I have no need for a better sensor, for anything I do.  The a6300 isn't holding me back in any way. 


 

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