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britsdad

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Long time no see:-)

Just a quick question from me, are some memory cards more prone to record noise on images than others, or is it just down to the camera and the settings thereof?

Thankyou....John

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BRYNIT

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I would say it was down to the camera and settings.

A little information on image noise click here

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anchor

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I am firmly of the same opinion; the card will have nothing to do with the noise. That`s down to the camera.

The difference in the card is like to be only the speed it will record, and subsequently read he image.

Get a fast card from a reliable maker.

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hssutton

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Noise is purely down to camera/settings, in particular high ISOs, which could be as low as 400ISO on compacts.

A very good program for reducing noise is Noiseware Community Edition. click here

This is freeware, but will only save as Jpg

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britsdad

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Thankyou all very much, as I thought, camera and settings only.
hssutton...I am a bit of a Photoshop man, and I use Imagnomic NR and Polaroid NR free noise reduction pluggins depending on the image.

John

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