Hello everyone. I own a Nikon D100. And, I've been having problems with noise at low light settings. This first shot is a wide. As you can see, it appears to have nice detail in the coat, face, etc. However, when zoomed in at 100% You can see that there is an incredible amount of noise and loss of details in the dark areas (right side of his face.. viewer's left side of frame). --- ExposureTime - 10/800 seconds FNumber - 14.00 ExposureProgram - Manual control ISO - 200 FocalLength - 50.00 mm Any suggestions on how to shoot WITHOUT getting that nasty (coloured) noise in there? And, also, this seems to be as sharp as the D100 will shoot for me in low light settings... I can understand it maybe being a bit smudgy on the right side of his face, but the left side could hardly be considered as low-lighting... Shouldn't that be crisp? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks! d.