The Sony a35 has incredible High ISO image quality and in this article I will break it down for you so it’s easy to see for yourself. I also want to point out that the Sony a35 has a special low light ISO mode known as Multi-frame NR that uses up to ISO 25800. Basically the camera captures six images in a fraction of a second, then combines the data from all six, then creates a single image with a reduction in noise equivalent to two additional steps of ISO sensitivity. Wait till you see these sample images below.
The captions below each image contains the ISO I used, and all the ISO 25600 images are Multi-frame noise reduction mode shots. A few of the ISO 12800 shots are taken as both a single frame and the Multi-Frame NR mode so you can compare how well the feature actually works with the same scene. It works really well!
In addition to all the images below, I also have an entire Full Resolution Sony Alpha 35 Gallery for your viewing pleasure and close inspection of All my sample photos.
Now for some High Res High ISO sample images:
Simple Click a photo for the large version then as you hover over the large image you can navigate by using the arrow on the left and right side. This way you can cycle through all the images in that large viewing mode without going back and fourth to the thumbnail. Please let me know if you have any issues with this gallery as I can set up the article the normal way easily, but it doesn’t look as nice in my opinion.
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