Canon 450D Noise handline - fairly impressive

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  1. UUilliam

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    So after college (Stayed in till about 8pm) I was waiting for the bus and thought "hey lets test my ND Filter (0.9 aka 3 stops)and see how sharp I can keep thei mage while hand holding"

    So I had my canon 450D with the 18-55mm kit lens mounted, set at 18mm side at f4.0 iso 800

    most people say the 450D isnt very usable after iso 400
    I do realise i was shooting a bright object therefore less S:N ratio but even so.

    the exception of resizing and cropping), the WB just happened to be prefect when I set it onto auto. (however there is 1 of the stars and the letter B is over exposed.)

    My shutter speed was 1/8th which, isnt all that bad when using 18mm.

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    Pics?
     
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    there are pics :/
     
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    Yeah, you shot a bright object. The shadows definitely will look worse. At 800 there's gonna be severe chroma noise in there. :-/
     
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    updated with 100% crop of the darker areas.
     

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