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Old Nov 16, 2012, 9:30 PM   #1
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Default just messin' around, D600 at 7000 ISO

Was reading the d600 manual about auto FP flash, but then Kylie popped up next to me on the couch. I put my 28-105 3.5-4.5 lens on macro, set ISO to +.3 - I assume that's about 7000 ISO - focused and shot, available light. Sample photo is cropped, but no other adjustment except smart sharpen at default in photoshop cs5. 1/20th of a second, hand-held at f6.3. From jpeg.



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That's impressive..!
This is mine at 400 ISO in RAW. AND why I'm looking at the D600.
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Scouse - And hoping you'll share some photos here when you get yours. I assume that's a snowy owl, rarely one will show up where I am in NE Ohio, and then one has to travel out to farm country to hope to catch one in a photo. 7000 is about as far as I would go with my D600 noise-wise, but your mileage may vary, especially if shooting raw.
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Having to learn a new system and what suits me is going to be fun, an old dog leaning new tricks.
Talking of dogs I hate border collies, they're always smarter than me..

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your shots as you learn your camera.
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Having to learn a new system and what suits me is going to be fun, an old dog leaning new tricks.
Talking of dogs I hate border collies, they're always smarter than me..

I'm looking forward to seeing more of your shots as you learn your camera.
She is a smart dog; actually a border collie/blue heeler mix. Very energetic.

I haven't regretted the D600 purchase; have heard about oil on sensor problems but haven't really checked mine by shooting into the sky on a bright sunny day. Haven't noticed it in any photos thus far.
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