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Old Oct 13, 2008, 5:09 AM   #1
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This is a quick picture to give you an idea , when i have more time i'll do plenty more


http://philippeluyckx.zenfolio.com/p...df22#h17fcdf22
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Old Oct 13, 2008, 11:19 AM   #2
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Yep, looks pretty good - at least for the size specified. I think a LOT of photographers are happy the new generation of cameras are pushing high ISO performance to new levels. As a sports shooter it's a huge benefit. But lots of other areas benefit - usable ISO 1600 is a huge bonus to wedding photographers. Any advancement that allows a photographer to use the benefit of a zoom lens rather than a series of prime lenses is beneficial. And yes, discriminating pros will still use primes but I think it's a very useful advancement.

With my current camera I don't hesitate to use ISO 3200 on images I know could be printed at 11x14.
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There's an option in the menus to download the original size (he uploaded the full size original, too). I downloaded it earlier and looked at the EXIF, Makernotes metadata, etc.

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There's an option in the menus to download the original size (he uploaded the full size original, too). I downloaded it earlier and looked at the EXIF, Makernotes metadata, etc.
Yeah , that's why i like "zenfolio.com" , people get to see and download the real thing and i have unlimited storage too
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Old Oct 17, 2008, 8:03 AM   #5
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Plenty more pictures at high iso

http://philippeluyckx.zenfolio.com/p736765772
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how did you get that java image (loved it) ??
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