I would like some opinions...

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  1. Baaaark

    Baaaark TPF Noob!

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    I'm not asking what sort of camera to buy, but I do want to ask something from people who have real experience with SLRs.

    What entry-level system/camera in your opinion does the best job with higher-ISO settings? If you needed a camera to use indoors without flash, and needed to go up to 800 once in a while, what would your choice be?

    Understandably so, this would vary greatly with the type of lens (a 50mm 1.8 will help out a lot) but for the sake of argument, you have to use all of these cameras with the kit lens they come with.

    Just curious.
     
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    I use a Nikon D80 and it has all of those settings. I absolutely love it!
     
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    I say D90...
     
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    Im a canon guy myself. I use the 40d its terrific. Guess you will have to weigh your options.
     
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    I routinely make acceptable images with my Nikon D60 and kit 18-55mm at ISO 3200 with the in camera Noise Reduction feature turned on.
    Here's one I took just the other day. This was captured as a RAW file, converted to JPEG with no processing other than the in camera NR. With a pass through a post process NR app it would look decent noise wise. EXIF data is intact.

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