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    Default simple explanation of "noise"

    Lots of threads talk about getting too much noise. I tried to read the bit in the newbies guide explaining what this is but still don't understand. Is it something to do with pairing a good camera body with an average lens? Isf someone could explain in simple terms, that wuld be great!

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    Default Re: simple explanation of "noise"

    Have a read

    this is quite a good read on basic info for beginner

    It's more about the camera sensor, the higher sensor megapixel density, the more noise it generate.

    Though, using a slow lens may force a person using high ISO to get the shot without shake. & Higher ISO = higher noise.
    Last edited by zcf; 17th February 2009 at 03:31 PM.
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    Default Re: simple explanation of "noise"

    You may want to read this.
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