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    Default Noise Floor

    Quote Originally Posted by Hewlett-Packard Components Group, Imaging Products Operations

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    Noise Floor (or Read Noise)

    This refers to the residual noise of the image sensor if photon shot noise is excluded. The noise floor limits the image quality in the dark regions of an image, and increases with exposure time due to the pixel dark current shot noise.


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    Source: Noise Sources in CMOS Image Sensors By Hewlett-Packard Components Group, Imaging Products Operations
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    Noise Floor.





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    Default Re: Noise Floor

    f22 over 120s at ISO 3200?

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    Default Re: Noise Floor

    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    f22 over 120s at ISO 3200?
    Yup, with high ISO NR disabled. Haha.

    Not abstract meh?


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    Default Re: Noise Floor

    I think abstract means there is still something there, but in a form which is difficult to get out. In this case... I think it's just noise

    Okay lah... quite arty farty

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