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Old Nov 13, 2007, 12:24 PM   #21
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and drive mode 5 fps, camera held about 2" above the deck in LiveView
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Old Nov 19, 2007, 6:28 PM   #22
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the higher the better, as long as it useable, johng's photos are just amazing!
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Old Nov 20, 2007, 4:15 PM   #23
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Hi Guys

Rob, those shots look very good, although I'm wondering how much NR they've had applied and what they actually look like at a higher resolution.

Jim, thanks for posting that ISO3200 Sony A700 shot - was very impressed with the IQ of the file and that ISO3200 is way more than usable.

Here's some more high ISO files from Nikons D3:

http://nikonimaging.com/global/produ.../d3/sample.htm

Some pretty amazing stuff, esp the ISO3200 images from the D3. Back to the E3's and so far what I've seen of the E3's high ISO capabilities it looks as if it is a definite step up by Pana in the E3's sensor over the E510 and good for 4/3rd's.

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Old Nov 20, 2007, 4:39 PM   #24
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Some pretty amazing stuff, esp the ISO3200 images from the D3.
Well, a $5,000USD full-frame camera body certainly should be impressive <grin>. But cheer up, neither Nikon nor Canon has a70 - 200 (eq.) f/2 zoom, at any price*. But you do.

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I'll be happy with a very good ISO800 and a useable ISO1600, which the E3 appears to be able to deliver.

Here are my most recent images, taken at a lighting level of EV5 with the E500 (no IS) at ISO400, the ZD 35-100 f/2 wide open, on a monopod.

http://palyulmedia.phanfare.com/albu...ageID=31785505

Those shots were generally at 1/50 sec so if I had a good ISO800 I would be in a better range for stopping motion. But I admit that if I were doing sports photography I'd want much higher shutter speeds and therefore higher ISOs.Fortunately, the price (and weight) of a FF DSLR plus FF lenses is so far beyond my finances that I'm not even tempted.

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