i separated this question from my other to keep it clean for others:
I stumbled across this primenoise behaviour.
It never changes its initial settings when activated, all type of images (raw files) it has the same values:
the luminance just do 40% ;chrominance 100; low freq. 75; dead pixels 24; maze 30.
Noise is depending on ISO value, Exposure value of a pixel of the sensor, time it took to get that exposure (heating up) and more.
Ive seen no reaction to ISO values: base- to max high (200-6400) in the initial settings of the sliders i can use to manual correct things “PrimeNoiseReduction algoritm” did’t solve automatic. (i know someone who have made presets for every ISO value and sort his images on iso value to process rawfiles at a maximum noise reduction.)
So this raises a new question: how “intelligent” is the automode “magic want” of Prime if its all the same in its settings?
As comparison i have Silkypix who has a ISO value depending setting in noise reduction, (you can see it changes if you run through the iso values.) I don’t say this is proof of intelligent noise reduction. (intelligent the way of only apply what is necessary)
I know Smartlighting does also have just fixed number on the sliderline and under the hood the magic is done.
Can someone elaborate on this?