Shooting @ ISO 1600 with the Nikon D90 CC Please

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  1. ffd796

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    Just picked up a D90 last week and this week I was trying out the ISO.

    Let me know what you think?

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    I'm impressed -- especially at ISO 1600, I think the image looks great. Good composition as well. Nice job catching the little guy without disturbing him.
     
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    Very nice. Did you use any PP NR? I usually get the same results. What lens was this with?
     
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    No PP NR, that was with a Nikon 80 - 200mm 2.8 lens.
     
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    Wow, I am looking at the 105 VR.
     
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    Just like my D70s... at ISO 400.
     
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    Looks good,....but honestly...it looks like about the same amount of grain that I got shooting the D90 at ISO3200.
     
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    Resizing the photo to a size smaller than the original makes it appear as if there's less noise for a given ISO.
     
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    I get similar performance out of my Canon.

    ISO 1600:
    [​IMG]

    ISO 3200:
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    ISO 6400:
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    :D

    Ok, ok... I cheated and used the 5D. The 50D isn't so pretty.
     
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    I know....but my resized example is even larger than his and seems to have lower noise (to my eyes at least)

    Example of D90 at ISO 3200 (shot number 5 from my D90 so I haven't done a ton of testing)
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    The noise is no different in the color version in case that's the argument. I think it has to do with getting the exposure right versus exposure increase in PP that the OP may have done.
     
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    Actually, CA noise is the little red, blue and green specs you see in dark areas of color photographs. In B&W they are mostly invisible.
     

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