ISO 3200!!!

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    keystervr6 TPF Noob!

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    just got a D90, so i tested out the claims of no to low noise at high iso...what do ya think?

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    Looks pretty good to me.
     
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    Hey Man, You got any pics from the D90 with the Nifty 50 attached? ...I asked for the 50 for Christmas!
     
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    Sweet.
     
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    That's almost enough by itself to get a D90!! Now to just eat more rice and beans to save up the $$ :)
     
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    i can't believe how well this camera performs under low light. The 50mm 1.8 is a huge addition to it as well.

    sorry, i don't have any other photos with it just yet. It's too cold outside and there are too many sports on TV this weekend :lmao:
     
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    I have a d200 which I love, but this makes me want a d90. NOW!
     
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    thats really impressive!
     
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    That is very impressive. Do you by any chance have any showing how it handles underexposure at that sensitivity? I find this is the huge problem for me with high ISO performance, as a lot of the low light things I have tried involve nighttime street photography. I can often get a nicely lit and exposed subject, but the quality in the dark areas just ruins the image. Here's an example from my K100D, which performs very unimpressively above ISO 800:

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    This is a 100% crop at ISO 3200. It's a black shelf against my white(ish) walls. The noise pattern in the white I can live with, but the black is just unusable.
     
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    The original post does look really good, what aperture/shutter speed did you use?

    I rarely go higher than 400 ISO, if my camera is telling me that, I need to use a tripod.
     
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    here's the exif...

    Camera: Nikon D90 Exposure: 0.006 sec (1/160) Aperture: f/11 Focal Length: 50 mm ISO Speed: 3200 Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV

    i don't have any other shots at that high ISO atm because i rarely shoot that high, i'll see what i can do for you over the next few days though...
     

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