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04-11-2010, 04:38 PM   #16
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I only have a single monitor but when I go back to school tomorrow I'll look at it on their 25 inch or so iMac screens and see if I notice the same thing on there.

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It must be the resolution of your monitor.
If it is turned down to conserve RAM, then definitely it would look like it is pixelized.
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It's not though, it's just a normal laptop monitor with the highest resolution that I think it goes to.
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I used to use a ist DS, then I moved to the K200D, then to the K20D, and I'll say the image quality has improved drastically between them, I use to see the same things with the ist DS, I used to use a noise removal tool to get rid of it in post, but be careful not to kill the details! I know the ist DS, was always very touchy with noise!

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QuoteOriginally posted by jct us101 Quote
No! This has bothered me since I got the camera. These two examples may not be the worst though, but I deleted the one where you could literally see a lattice on a hillside formed by the sensor or something because of that a few months ago. You all really can't see the noise though?
I don't. I browsed around the general area you seem to be talking about, but really, a 100% crop showing *just* that area would help, because I still don't understand what I'm supposed to be seeing. I've seen tons of noise in my life, and tons of pixelation, but I don't see either here. Maybe a bit of posterization - a common JPEG artifact?
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