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Captured: Mar 17, 2012
Uploaded: Mar 22, 2012 (UTC)
Focal length: 34 mm
Shutter speed: 1/25 sec
Aperture: F4
ISO: -
Exposure comp.: ±0.00

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Total comments: 13
Milimike

Looks like a cell phone picture.

2 upvotes
LVPhoto1

Just heard from Nikon Japan, that there is going to be a firmware to improve the high iso performance, as it is not on-pair with other current high iso cameras’
Unexcitable for professional use, those of us that have been in this business know what is good and what would be acceptable.
Amateurs have a problem in seeing what can be done using a more acceptably iso, .too get the shot.

0 upvotes
Quantum3

If ISO performance can be improved through a firmware, why not updating the ISO performance of the D700. I would pay for that :D

0 upvotes
Boiler_Jack

shot at what ISO???

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PHOTOJOE55

Nothing much to judge by, what was the iso? This seems senseless!

0 upvotes
GuillaumeF

I think we need the ISO !!!!

0 upvotes
regova

What's the ISO????

2 upvotes
LVPhoto1

If photography is your sole income….I would never shoot at this high of an iso…they look as if they were shot with a point and shoot….I never had a problem when I shot film not matter the lighting I always got the shot….this high iso nonsense is so over blown.

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Terentius

If you have ever tried to shoot moving acrobats inside a circus tent at night (without a flash of course) you'd appreciate the capabilities of this ISO range. Awesome, I reckon! Press Photographers would love it!

1 upvote
cleverinstigator

Now I know the purpose thanks Terentius. Point proved... it's pointless.

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cootaman

LVPhoto1 When you your sole income is shooting night sports with fast shutter speeds to freeze action, or acrobats under the big top theses high iso ratings are a 'sole income' action photographers dream come true like Terentius appreciates. In the old days of film how did you freeze action under lights LVPhoto1? I somehow don't think Ilford FP4 pushed 4 stops would cut it.

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balico

Ever took an indoor shot (no flash) at 1/15 speed and found out that the picture was blurred? The purpose of high iso is not overrated and it will be great when it gets a lot better.

I regularly shoot restaurants with people, to catch the evening lighting and atmosphere no flash is used and high iso (with good detail/low noise is the only thing which makes that possible!

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gary

nice white balance--not

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Total comments: 13