D300s Maximum ISO

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
Kerry Pierce
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Re: D300s Maximum ISO

John Szeto wrote:

The main advantage of MFNR (multiframe noise reduction) is being able to shoot low light hand held, which requires faster shutter speeds and higher iso's

Alot of Sony cameras have the MFNR technology built into the camera, which includes minor image alignment.

Not sure if the D300 in "Multiple Exposure" mode has alignment, so I tried it with tripod.

The manual doesn't state that it does alignment, so I'd guess that it doesn't. That would make the Sony implementation more valuable, for in-camera work, IMO.

It's just something to play arouind with to see if it might be used in certain situations

Okay, thanks for the info.  I'll need to think about this to see how I can benefit from using it when I don't have a tripod with me.


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