Pix Taken With Oly C-2100UZ.


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Hi Jayan,
did u use any noise reduction software for ur 2100UZ night shots??
My C700UZ is full of noise.....:mad:
 

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the pics look highly compressed ... issit ?
 

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Originally posted by ark19
Hi Jayan,
did u use any noise reduction software for ur 2100UZ night shots??
My C700UZ is full of noise.....:mad:
Of course.....if not full of unwanted dots.
 

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So which one did u use?
 

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Sorry, I meant what software reduction was used...
 

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I tried Blackframe NR, but it "ate" away the noise.....
ie the noise was replaced by black spots....:mad:
 

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Oh! HotPixel and BlackFrame NR from Mediachance.
Think they degraded your pics alot
 

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Originally posted by ark19
I tried Blackframe NR, but it "ate" away the noise.....
ie the noise was replaced by black spots....:mad:
Erm.......you must remember to take a 'black frame' after every fews shots to have accurate results.

Cos the hotter the DC gets the more hot pixels there are...e.g. a 8 sec exposure black frame taken when warm has more hot pixels than one taken when cool.
 

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Originally posted by megaweb
try to use spot metering to take moon shot ;)
It's actually more of a problem with the 2.7x digital zoom.....at 10x optical zoom the Moon looks a wee bit bigger than a peanut. :D
 

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Thanks for the tip Jayan :)

Have a look at
"my" moon
Took it with C700UZ+C-180

The C-180 could get u closer, but remember to use unsharp mask.
 

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Jayan, maybe you can post a guide on how to reduce noise. I'm interested to learn.. do you mean i haf to do this:

1. take the pic
2. take a pic wif the lense cover

then use the software to reduce the noise?
 

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