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Smaller sensors can means more noise

Smaller sensors can means more noise: Learning to Use Mirrorless Cameras
Smaller sensors can means more noise: Learning to Use Mirrorless Cameras

Like any other camera on the market, there are disadvantages to using mirrorless cameras. One of these drawbacks is that mirrorless cameras with smaller sensors can lead to there being more noise in the image. Author Richard Harrington discusses how using mirrorless cameras can lead to noise in an image and ways to remove noise in post.

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Skill Level Beginner
2h 37m
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Cameras + Gear Photography

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