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    E-P1 at high ISO

    I've just processed my first E-P1 raw image using Graphic Converter

    I'm impressed with the high ISO performance, which seems much better than the G1. Ken Tenaka mentioned this in his review.

    Zuiko 17mm, 1/80s, F9, ISO 1600

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    Re: E-P1 at high ISO

    Keith,
    True enuff... I find that iso 2000 is the top
    end before you need noise reduction.
    I think it will be better when ACR comes
    along with the update.
    But 2000 ain't hard to take at all...
    Don

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    Re: E-P1 at high ISO

    Thank you Keith.
    Great news for humanity, bad news for my wallet

    I wanted to wait for second generation of Oly-pen with EVF, but I dont think I can wait. Luckily my girlfriend loves white E-p1.

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    Re: E-P1 at high ISO

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I've just processed my first E-P1 raw image using Graphic Converter

    I'm impressed with the high ISO performance, which seems much better than the G1. Ken Tenaka mentioned this in his review.

    Zuiko 17mm, 1/80s, F9, ISO 1600

    Keith
    I agree Keith. Blew a lot of hand held shots today trying to get by at lower ISO (IS on, but not that helpful for shaky hands holding a camera out in front with no support) so I switched to auto ISO and my in focus hit rate went up without much additional noise. Here is one at ISO 1250:


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