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Jan 23, 2020 21:49 |  #5386

Testing out whether I want to use a higher ISO to get a higher shutter speed or not. Still undecided. 1/1600, 2.8, ISO 25600.


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Jan 24, 2020 07:28 |  #5388

huntersdad wrote in post #18997548 (external link)
Testing out whether I want to use a higher ISO to get a higher shutter speed or not. Still undecided. 1/1600, 2.8, ISO 25600.

I'd say that works! Very impressive at ISO 25600. :-)


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Jan 24, 2020 07:42 |  #5389

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I'd say that works! Very impressive at ISO 25600. :-)

Still debating. I noticed I had more mis focuses than I normally do. Not sure why that would be other than this was more testing than must gets, so I wasn't as focused. But it was noticeable that there were more misses compared to when I was shooting at 12800.


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Jan 24, 2020 09:08 |  #5390

1/1600, f4, ISO 51200

This one looks better to me than the previous. I think I may have had a little better focus lock.


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Jan 25, 2020 08:13 |  #5391

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1/1600, f4, ISO 51200

This one looks better to me than the previous. I think I may have had a little better focus lock.
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This is very impressive for 51200ISO


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Jan 25, 2020 08:26 |  #5392

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1/1600, f4, ISO 51200

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FYI

I frequently get into dark situations where that ISO jumps to 25K

When I do, I automatically switch to TV so I can control where that ISO hits

A 300F/3.8 at F/4 and I assume you had a TC on the lens

F/4 at 1/1600 got you to 51000 ISO

1/800 shutter speed would have got you to 25K iso. That shot could be captured at 1/800

If you could get close enough then F/2.8 would have dropped you to 12800

NOT BEING CRITICAL

just things that run through my mind when my camera jumps to these higher ISO's

BTW-----Really nice capture

I automatically toss most of my eagle shots above 12800 ISO due to noise in feathers


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Jan 25, 2020 09:41 |  #5393

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FYI

I frequently get into dark situations where that ISO jumps to 25K

When I do, I automatically switch to TV so I can control where that ISO hits

A 300F/3.8 at F/4 and I assume you had a TC on the lens

F/4 at 1/1600 got you to 51000 ISO

1/800 shutter speed would have got you to 25K iso. That shot could be captured at 1/800

If you could get close enough then F/2.8 would have dropped you to 12800

NOT BEING CRITICAL

just things that run through my mind when my camera jumps to these higher ISO's

BTW-----Really nice capture

I automatically toss most of my eagle shots above 12800 ISO due to noise in feathers

This was more of a testing scenario. I normally shoot 1/1000, 2.8, ISO 12800. 1/800 shows a little more motion blur in the arms than I like, especially on older swimmers.

Realistically, I don’t think I would ever need to be at 51200, but seeing if I could and be happy.


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Jan 25, 2020 17:21 |  #5394

Tried out high iso at tonight's Gaelic Football match under flood lights, normally i shott at 25000iso at these matches under lights. was impressed with the results


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Jan 25, 2020 17:53 |  #5395

Thank you for the stupid high ISO shots! I cant get this camera soon enough!!!!

How much nr did you guys use? Was this jpeg or RAW?


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Jan 26, 2020 05:34 |  #5396

Another Shot from the same match.


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Jan 27, 2020 05:57 |  #5397

No sports involved here. Except in trying to stay on the road when you drive there.


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Jan 27, 2020 06:26 |  #5398

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Jan 27, 2020 07:51 as a reply to  @ Cormac's post |  #5399

Standard NR in Camera and shot in JPeg. no other noise reduction used.


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Jan 28, 2020 23:29 |  #5400

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Taken (through glass!) at The Big Cat Sanctuary Kent UK.

My 1DX Mark II has gone down in my estimation though having just had to have the main printed circuit board replaced after just two years and @20000 images at a cost of £559.58! It’s certainly put me off looking at the MK III. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

Blimey Phoenixuk! 559 quid for a circuit board? Nearly as bad as waiting for ones car insure quote.
May I ask, did you go down the ‘Consumer Law’ route? Which roughly says items should be serviceable for six years in England and five in Scotland. I’m not an expert on the subject, but one of my iPads had a display failure recently, so I took it into the store I bought it from, explained the situation. They wanted a detailed technicians report so I took it to my nearby Apple store and they gave me the report I needed - or so I thought.
I took it back to my local retailer who sent it off for repair. It came back a couple of weeks later with a note saying g/tee void because non-Apple screen had been fitted?
I went back to Apple shop, they laughed and gave me a letter assuring it was an apple screen. Back to retailer ( high street name, not PCWorld). Had long discussion with their office and they agreed to refund me a pro-rata sum. A result, I suppose, but I would rather not had the bother.


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