First less-than enthusiastic high ISO review as part of larger wildlife review (in progress)

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First less-than enthusiastic high ISO review as part of larger wildlife review (in progress)
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http://www.naturalart.ca/voice/blog.html - I really like Brad Hill's blog and his wildlife photography, and I've appreciated all his previous testing of gear, both cameras and lenses. So far it's still appealing to me even if the burst size isn't quite up to claims (I'd likely only shoot bursts at 12 bit so 14 bit bursts are only dimly useful), but more interestingly he's been less than fulsome in his praise of the D850's high ISO abilities. I'm looking forward to his more extensive testing coming.

I'm not trolling those who are claiming otherwise, it seems to me noise is wildly subjective (noisy takes on noise, as it were), but I want to provide another view from a source I respect.

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