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Old Sep 8, 2010, 8:10 AM   #1
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Default FZ100 High ISO Shots ISO 800/1600 Shots

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Old Sep 8, 2010, 1:22 PM   #2
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Here is the correct link. I can't say I was bowled over by the ISO 800 image quality.

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Old Sep 8, 2010, 3:30 PM   #3
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No I agree Sarah, but that was SOOC so I thought it wasn't as bad as everyone's thoughts...easily PP'd if required...

I was really trying to get some examples up of real life such as this then some around the house make do examples...

One thing I have noticed is the FZ100 will shoot ISO 400 on one shot and then ISO1600 on the next taking the same composition, lighting and subject...that seems odd?...I shot some off tripod last night and the ISO 1600 wasn't great but surely wasn't the catastrophe I was expecting...

Our home is very dark due to woodwork and the wall color...after looking at them my PP skills are lacking severely...lol...
Without PP:

With PP:


ISO1600+2Ev no PP:


ISO1600+1Ev no PP:


ISO800+2Ev no PP:


ISO800+1 no PP

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+2 Ev is definitely too much...the highlights are clipped. +1 Ev looks good but I think 0 Ev would be even better. The pillow, Bible and frog would look richer and have more contrast. You could always correct the exposure in PP if the image was a bit too dark.
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Your photos look better than the link, but at the cost of some shutter speed. Sharpness is still on the weak side. I agree, that exposure inconsistency would bother me as well.

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One thing I have noticed is the FZ100 will shoot ISO 400 on one shot and then ISO1600 on the next taking the same composition, lighting and subject...that seems odd?...
I noticed this too! One photo would come out low ISO then the next really high and they were shot from the same position only a few seconds apart.....
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