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Let's see your ISO 1600 and beyond pictures.

 
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May 20, 2008 03:45 |  #46

Its getting better in London too although the evenings are kind of chilly right now. Another month should be cool. :)


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May 20, 2008 03:45 as a reply to  @ post 5559066 |  #47

40D w/ 50mm f/.18 @ 3200 no flash, just modelling lights

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May 20, 2008 05:14 |  #48

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May 20, 2008 05:24 |  #49

davo_robbo wrote in post #5559270 (external link)
50mm .18? yumm :)

lol..

early morning typo!

f1.8 I should say!

though we can dream of a .18 though I dread to think how small the DOF on that would be! :lol:


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May 20, 2008 05:43 as a reply to  @ Gottdammerung's post |  #50

I am unbelievably impressed by the quality of pictures shot at 1600+. I am an old time film dog used to an AE-1. Digital at 1600 beats film at 1600 I would say, wouldn't you?



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May 20, 2008 05:47 |  #51

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I am unbelievably impressed by the quality of pictures shot at 1600+. I am an old time film dog used to an AE-1. Digital at 1600 beats film at 1600 I would say, wouldn't you?

Highly subjective to be honest. I LIKE the noise on higher ISO on film, especially black and white.

Digital noise can be handled better and I suppose can be added in later. I would say the suppression on digital is better than 35mm film.


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May 20, 2008 06:41 |  #52

elysium wrote in post #5559353 (external link)
Highly subjective to be honest. I LIKE the noise on higher ISO on film, especially black and white.

Digital noise can be handled better and I suppose can be added in later. I would say the suppression on digital is better than 35mm film.

True, sometimes you do want the noise. We called it grain way yonder back then, now it's noise. My first camera was a twin lens Yashica that took 120 or 220 film. B/W iso 400 was a big deal then and you pushed it in processing to get it higher. But it could be grainy as all get out which you didn't always want. With digital at least I can minimize it to a degree.



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May 20, 2008 08:52 as a reply to  @ HoosierJoe's post |  #53

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May 20, 2008 08:54 as a reply to  @ nhbeast's post |  #54

You guys with 1 series bodys are amazing me with the 3200 stuff. Noise is better than my XTI at 800, maybe even 400. Wow.


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May 20, 2008 08:59 |  #56

Jethro790 wrote in post #5560125 (external link)
You guys with 1 series bodys are amazing me with the 3200 stuff. Noise is better than my XTI at 800, maybe even 400. Wow.

5d to huh? I think it rocks at 3200.




  
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May 20, 2008 10:30 as a reply to  @ airfrogusmc's post |  #57

I was amazed by the quality of the 5D at high ISO!

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May 20, 2008 10:31 |  #58

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I was amazed by the quality of the 5D at high ISO!

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May 20, 2008 10:31 |  #59

Jethro790 wrote in post #5560125 (external link)
You guys with 1 series bodys are amazing me with the 3200 stuff. Noise is better than my XTI at 800, maybe even 400. Wow.

Don't forget the 5D.


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May 20, 2008 11:25 as a reply to  @ elysium's post |  #60

If I shoot below 1600 it seems like a luxury sometimes.


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