Noise in E-620 Photos

Started May 14, 2014 | Questions thread
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jkrumm wrote:

For a moon shot though, you don't need high iso. If I remember correctly, because it is reflecting sunlight, shoot like you would a sunny day and things will turn out fine. Following the "sunny 16" rule as applied to 4/3, try 1/400 at f8 and iso 200 (or maybe 1/800, now that I just looked up the difference betweeen f8 and f16 -- two stops).

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