ZS30: France at higher ISO
On my trip to France last month I visited the Chateau Fontainebleau near Paris. In the rooms the lighting was a varying mixture of artificial light, daylight from windows, and areas with very little light. I used P mode with iISO because of the difficult and changing light and that seemed to work reasonably well.
Below are some shots taken at higher ISO settings. I was quite happy with them, and I included them in a movie I made from the many stills I took there. The movie can be viewed here .
The Renaissance Gallery of Francis I, 1/40s, ISO 400:
Gallery carving, 1/13s, ISO 400:
Gallery painting, 1/6s, ISO 400:
Ceiling, 1/4s, ISO 640:
Napoleon's Throne Room, 1/8s, ISO 1000:
Napoleon's Throne, 0.4s, ISO 1600:
Canopy over the throne, 0.4s, ISO 1600:
Earlier I posted some 100 ISO outdoor shots taken in France at Giverny: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/51801920 .
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