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I do a lot of night photography and that is why I wanted the Canon 5D Mark IV, which has low noise at high ISO.

If its cool/cold out try keeping the shutter open at a lower ISO and you can get a cleaner image. There is a point where heat will introduce noise versus high ISO. If you can shoot for 10 seconds at ISO 400 and get a clean image versus a quicker shutter speed at ISO 6400 it could be a game changer in your night time shots. Also depends on the subject and if there is any motion.

Hope you are using a f2.8 lens or better yet f1.8/1.2 :)
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