Polar night photography advice

Started Nov 16, 2012 | Discussions thread
OP daMatrix Contributing Member • Posts: 862
Re: Polar night photography advice

There will be no daylight.

That is why I'm looking for cameras with supreme iso 12800 performance.

Iso 3200 would be pointless. Unless there is software that cleans blurred moved images..(It should be possible with multi frames, but ...)

I do have experience with (failing) night landscape photography from a boat; it takes extreme iso, wide aperture and short focal length.

The reason why I asked here was  because IQ has improved since the 5D II. Hearing from you how recent cameras perform in real life and or what to expect from December models will help to make up my mind, before I go.

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