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If you're wondering why I still struggle with cutting edge cameras, some of the fastest lenses around and still run most of my images through denoising software then perhaps this comparison image will demonstrate why. This image was shot with actual morning light so was only ISO 400, but unfortunately that's just before the dual-gain of the Sony's sensor kicks in, so is pretty much the worst case scenario. The squirrel is mostly in shadow, so I ended brightening it up 4 stops here. That makes it more equivalent to ISO 8,000 after processing.

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