I think they will come in chest thumping and saber rattling soon enuff... (unless they have an open mind)
Though these are nice results and probably speak a lot already, I would still like to see how it all translates to real photos. There is always that accusation that all this is NR in RAW, though that can be an irrelevant point if it produces good NR images that retain detail and have nice noise grain that can be more easily cleaned up by a NR program). Who cares what the hell was done if the images are good :bsmilie:
Those who have a K5 and have seen the samples from IR already know the answer.
It's true. SR is a touch and go. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't - yes, the SR has supposedly kicked in for both cases. I think there is some minimal shake for it to work. Too little or too much, it fails. Very tricky.