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Digital zoom is seldom worth using, since it reduces the overall resolution of the frame and causes jagged edges and interpolation artefacts.
At the lowest setting images are smooth, detailed and completely noise-free – let’s not mention the camera shake 🙂
At 100 ISO there is still no noise and the image is just as sharp as the previous one
At 200 ISO some colour speckling is visible in the darker areas, and noise reduction has blurred out some fine detail
At the highest setting darker areas have quite a bit of noise, but lighter areas are still relatively clear. More detail has been lost though
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