Photographic Dynamic Range - New low ISOs for D800

Started Mar 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Photographic Dynamic Range - New low ISOs for D800
In reply to Tony Parenti, Mar 10, 2012

I have the D7000, amateur stuff only, yes it makes a lot of difference in shadows recovery. My reference was the D80 before, it was ugly in that dept, I had to be extra careful with exposure, now I do it as well but have much more DR latitute to deal with shadows.

Tony Parenti wrote:

I primarily shoot family portraiture in natural light and my wife and I are branching out into wedding photography this summer. My current equipment is:

Canon 35L
Canon 50L
Sigma 85
Canon 135L
Canon 5d Mk2

The Mk3 was to be my new body and the mk2 would go to my wife.... arggg... I hate this.... I mean, in real world situations, would anyone really be able to tell the difference between image shot by either or, particularly scaled down to web viewing?

And am I even crazy thinking about switching with all the investment I currently have... I guess the main advantage of the D800 would be higher MP and dynamic range...

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