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My dog at ISO 6400

 
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Jun 01, 2020 13:06 |  #1

I had been shooting a bluebird at my bird feeder with my Sony A6600 and 70-350mm f/4.5-6.3 lens when I turned around to see my goldendoodle, Holly, in a nice pose on the living room sofa. I had never used that camera/lens combination in dim light before and decided to take a chance using 1/60 second (which is the slowest that I desired to shoot) wide open at f/4.5 with auto ISO (which turned out to be ISO 6400)

IMAGE: https://photos.smugmug.com/Pets/HOUSE-DOGS/i-7TmvqZH/0/ea8044b5/X2/Holly%20Summer%20Haircut_2227-X2.jpg
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I must admit that I was pretty happy with the quality of the image at ISO 6400 using a crop format camera. While, not ideal, it is certainly acceptable for posting on various Internet sites...

See my images at http://rpcrowe.smugmug​.com/ (external link)

  
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Jun 01, 2020 14:21 |  #2

A sharp image (without camera shake) at high ISO is far better than trying to capture the same image at a lower ISO.

ISO has gotten SO much better over the years. Between improvements in technology and noise reduction in post-processing, there just isn't the justification to fear ISO like there used to be. Even after calling out the ISO setting, the image above doesn't show any such problems!


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