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Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« Reply #45 on: April 12, 2014, 02:09:47 AM »
I thought I had better add (to avoid confusion) that the poor high iso performance seems limited to the jpeg files
Thanks for posting the images ... I agree about the jpeg files, even the a7/a7R suffers the same issue with jpeg files ... I think it is the in-camera jpeg processing that is screwing up the images in my a7, somehow Sony is not able to work out a good in-camera-processing system for those jpeg files ... but the raw files are great ... so, I suppose a6000 also suffers from the same issue.

yeah it's a pain since my dad has no interest in raw but i've told him to shoot raw and jpg then i can process any shots he likes for him from the raws.

LOL! I had such a hard time from my wife for shooting RAWs (she has no control over posting the pictures, for I have to 'process' them first) until I bought the 5DIII...
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Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« Reply #45 on: April 12, 2014, 02:09:47 AM »

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Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« Reply #46 on: April 12, 2014, 03:53:27 AM »
I thought I had better add (to avoid confusion) that the poor high iso performance seems limited to the jpeg files
Thanks for posting the images ... I agree about the jpeg files, even the a7/a7R suffers the same issue with jpeg files ... I think it is the in-camera jpeg processing that is screwing up the images in my a7, somehow Sony is not able to work out a good in-camera-processing system for those jpeg files ... but the raw files are great ... so, I suppose a6000 also suffers from the same issue.

yeah it's a pain since my dad has no interest in raw but i've told him to shoot raw and jpg then i can process any shots he likes for him from the raws.

LOL! I had such a hard time from my wife for shooting RAWs (she has no control over posting the pictures, for I have to 'process' them first) until I bought the 5DIII...
I gave up telling my wife and kids to shoot RAW ... coz they kept coming to me with tons of images to be processed, in the begenning I didn't mind but after a while it was getting too much for me to handle ... so I said, screw it, just shoot JPEG
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Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« Reply #47 on: April 12, 2014, 05:09:45 AM »
I thought I had better add (to avoid confusion) that the poor high iso performance seems limited to the jpeg files
Thanks for posting the images ... I agree about the jpeg files, even the a7/a7R suffers the same issue with jpeg files ... I think it is the in-camera jpeg processing that is screwing up the images in my a7, somehow Sony is not able to work out a good in-camera-processing system for those jpeg files ... but the raw files are great ... so, I suppose a6000 also suffers from the same issue.

yeah it's a pain since my dad has no interest in raw but i've told him to shoot raw and jpg then i can process any shots he likes for him from the raws.

LOL! I had such a hard time from my wife for shooting RAWs (she has no control over posting the pictures, for I have to 'process' them first) until I bought the 5DIII...
I gave up telling my wife and kids to shoot RAW ... coz they kept coming to me with tons of images to be processed, in the begenning I didn't mind but after a while it was getting too much for me to handle ... so I said, screw it, just shoot JPEG

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Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« Reply #47 on: April 12, 2014, 05:09:45 AM »