Good image quality


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Falcon

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What do you mean by good image quality? Do you mean the sharpness, clarity, accurate color reproduction, minimal noise? Can someone enlighten me? Tks.
 

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Anyone? To me, it has been minimal noise level.;)
 

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Should be a combination of all the aspects u have mentioned. Sometimes also subjective. To me, the top three aspects are: sharpness, colors, and noise.
 

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Originally posted by tomshen
Should be a combination of all the aspects u have mentioned. Sometimes also subjective. To me, the top three aspects are: sharpness, colors, and noise.
For colors, are those with real-life colors better? As in the camera does not over-saturate the colors to make it more vibrant and attractive.
 

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Originally posted by Falcon


For colors, are those with real-life colors better? As in the camera does not over-saturate the colors to make it more vibrant and attractive.
It's purely personal preference. Like films, some only use Velvia, some sick about its over-saturated greens. Also in terms of quality, once reach a certain standard, very hard to say which is necessarily better than the other. This is the fun of photography, so many diversities for us to explore:)
 

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