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I was processing some pics and I am impressed by the hi ISO performance I'm seeing.This shot was taken under some dismal lighting conditions.80-200mm f/2.8 Lens on a Nikon D700 - at 125mm (187mm -35mm equiv)Manual Exposuref /2.81/200 secondShot at ISO 3200Processed in LR 4.3http://www.mirrormagic.com/www/PhotoSamples/D7K_3837.jpgClick to open 1:1
Impressive. Looks like blaming the camera for any future bad pictures is no longer an option.
the noise handling has gotten sooo much better over the years. my first digital camera used floppy disk to store the images. even at ISO 200 the noise was evident and ISO 400 was totally unusable for low light, nothing but grainy images.
Thanks BK, nice shot. Who are those guys? Looks like a fun group to hang with!
BK, is it reasonable to assume that congratulations are in order?You may be proud of me too. I am finally getting a cow, I mean a DSLR, for Christmas. Let the lens purchases begin!
Only ISO 400. First purchase after the T3i with 18-55 kit lens was a 50mm portrait lens. Highly rated and cheap at $110. Lots to learn!Telephoto will be a whole 'nuther price range.
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