We test the new 30D digital camera for image noise at night.
The RAW files for this and the other tests are available from our Camera Test page.
below JPEGs are 100% crops (i.e. the actual pixels) from the center of
the image prepared from the RAW file with no sharpening, noise
reduction or exposure adjustment done through Adobe Camera RAW and
note also that these are the worse case noise levels you should see. In
practice all images, even from RAW, will have some noise reduction
applied to them in the conversion process.
You can see the daytime Canon 30D tests here.
100ISO 2 sec f2.8 NR off
100ISO 2 sec f2.8 NR on
200ISO 2 sec f4 NR off
200ISO 2 sec f4 NR on
400ISO 2 sec f5.6 NR off
400ISO 2 sec f5.6 NR on
800ISO 2 sec f8 NR off
800ISO 2 sec f8 NR on
1600ISO 2 sec f11 NR off
1600ISO 2 sec f11 NR on
3200ISO 2 sec f16 NR off
3200ISO 2 sec f16 NR on
Noise is very well controlled to 400ISO. Even 800ISO is very good for the speed but it becomes very noticable at 1600ISO and 3200ISO.
1 thought on “Canon 30D Nighttime Noise Tests”
the images at low iso are not sharp! was a telephoto lens used? the more noisy images are sharper
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