High ISO-Low Light (Low Noise) With The D700

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  1. KenL

    KenL TPF Noob!

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    Okay, here are some low-light/high ISO shots with the D700, all taken with my Nikkor 28-70/f2.8, hand-held.

    These were resized only, no sharpening. One book shot, and of Anne are cropped.

    ISO-4000

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    ISO - 3600 (Cropped)

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    ISO - 3200

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh my! There's cameras offering you an ISO of 4000 these days?
    Mine goes up to 1600, and the photos all need to go through Neat Image, else they cannot be presented (unless I WANT noise to show) ... I'm in awe. Wish I could update my equipment, but no chance! All too costly. Sigh.
     
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    You should just think of 102k ISO on the D3S, and 1DMkIV
     
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    I CANNOT think of that! Since I don't KNOW about it ... and all the possibilities I might have, were I able to afford some better equipment. And it it'd only be a replacement for my faulty telephoto lens... sigh again!
     
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    This one goes to 6400 in standard mode, but will go all the way to 25,600 ISO! :drool:

    It's this high ISO/low noise that made me buy this thing......:blushing:
     

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