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ISO 800,000 sample from Pentax KP

30 Jan

Above is an ISO 819,200 shot from Ricoh’s promotional materials for the Pentax KP, with light post processing from JPEG applied by the breakfastographer. Click on the image to enlarge to full size. The original file can be found here.

Update 11/02/2017:

Also check out this comparison of high ISO noise in the Pentax KP and K-70.

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