High ISO D7000

Started Jul 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: What Camera
In reply to Mako2011, Jul 14, 2012

Mako2011 wrote:
Dear Yochi, very nice pics on your flickr site.

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That said, from your pictures it is very difficult to determine what camera you have so very difficult to give you advice regards ISO noise.

With the D70 I would not go above ISO 400. With the D7000 I often go to ISO 1600 and using Topaz DeNoise 5 will routinely use ISO 3200 if needed. Good luck and look forward to seeing more pictures.

Yochi23 wrote:

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Am trying to shoot birds with my Sigma 150-500. My F is about 5.6, the lowest number the camera allows me, and at the high speed. Was trying even 1/1200. What's the highest ISO you would recommend in order to avoid noise.



I have a D7000 and when I was trying to shoot with ISO 1600 the picture was noisy. I an not shooting in RAW and using a very basic P.P. software...

Thanks for the compliments. I haven't uploading too many pictures recently to flicker site. Too busy playing with Facebook .
Will upload a few more to flicker soon

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