Thanks for the compliment. I do little post image processing, change brightness/contrast resize and sharpen. The S2
-pro does produce a clean low noise image so I can afford to use high ISO's. Some of my earlier submissions are fairly noisey but this was down to my post processing technique using the wrong sharpening settings is USM
. I always shoot in JPEG as there seems to be little benefit when quality/number of shots per card is considered (of course RAW is best but highest JPEG is a good compromise).
when the news of S3-pro broke I thought must have... now I feel the S2
-pro is good enough S3-pro wont make anyone a better photographer, experience will. I am excited with the wider dynamic range of S3-pro so I may consider if any faults or dead/hot pixels creep in over time. There are no deal/hot pixels in my S2
camera and coming from a CCTV (closed circuit television) background where every camera will have 10's of not 100's of dead/hot pixels and they are only 500 x 500ish pixels!!! not 3000 x 2000ish.
Thanks again for the compliment.