At ISO 100 the image is sharp and noise free
At ISO 200 the image is also sharp and noise free
ISO 400 does a similarly good job of controlling any noise, although its just about possible, at 100% to see some softening in shadow areas (to the right of the robot’s head)
At ISO 800 image quality, sharpness and detail are still all holding up very well
By ISO 1600 there’s no doubt that noise intrusion has begun to eat into detail in shadow areas, although overall the image is still perfectly usable
By ISO 3200 there is quite a bit of softening as noise becomes more prevalent
At the top sensitivity setting of ISO 6400 the image is noticeably affected by noise, even when viewed at less than 100%
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