06
Jan
11

High ISO Noise Reduction on Canon DSLR cameras explained

High ISO Noise Reduction is a new feature that’s appeared on recent EOS Digital SLRs.  As of early 2009, it’s a Custom Function choice in the EOS Rebel XS.

The new High ISO Noise Reduction feature gives a further option for users of recent EOS cameras to improve the quality of their images.

It has a noticeable impact on the level of visible noise in shots taken at higher ISO levels, and can even have a positive effect on an image at lower ISOs (if it’s subsequently lightened using image-editing software).  Especially if you shoot JPEG images (MB: and video), we strongly recommend trying the different settings to see the effect it will have on your images.  For RAW shooters, it can also make a noticeable difference in how Canon’s software processes your images — although with Digital Photo Professional software, you’re free to independently adjust chrominance and luminance noise reduction beyond the initial in-camera settings.  More than ever, today’s digital SLRs are capable of excellent pictures at ISOs that were unthinkable just a few years ago.

With Canon’s most recent digital SLRs, the High ISO Noise Reduction technology is an important reason why.

Read this very interesting and informative article by the Canon Digital Learning Center

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2 Responses to “High ISO Noise Reduction on Canon DSLR cameras explained”


  1. January 7, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    Good note, thanks marvelsfilm.


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