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Old Jan 23, 2008, 6:20 PM   #1
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Theonly availablelight in my roomwas from the lightpost in the street, which induced me to seehow much of the actual scene Iwould be able to capture handheld with my K10D..

Oh! almost full percent!!

Shutter speed:1/3'' ; Aperture: 2.8 (sigma 17-70); Iso: 1600






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Old Jan 23, 2008, 6:24 PM   #2
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Theonly availablelight in my roomwas from the lightpost in the street, which induced me to seehow much of the actual scene Iwould be able to capture handheld with my K10D..

Oh! almost full percent!!

Shutter speed:1/3'' ; Aperture: 2.8 (sigma 17-70); Iso: 1600





Not bad Bahadir. A little levels work would bring that right out!



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Old Jan 23, 2008, 7:06 PM   #3
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Thanks for the suggestion Dawg! This is now morethan Ireally saw though : )

btw, applied just a little noise removal also..
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Thanks for the suggestion Dawg! This is now morethan Ireally saw though : )

btw, applied just a little noise removal also..
You always get as little noise at 1600 with the K10D but it is controlable with a good noise reduction program! I can now see what you shot!! LOL



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Old Jan 24, 2008, 4:32 AM   #5
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I can now see what you shot!!
Yea,you're tellingwhatmade me feel excited about the previous image: )The K10D was able to capture a sight hard to distinguishinthe poorest lighting conditions handheld!


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Gotta love these dslr's. Can you imagine trying to get that shot with film! It could be done, but with quite a bit of work and a nice dark room.

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Cool shot - definitely shows that SR worksquite well! Also, that ISO 1600 can be useable with very little work.
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Thank you Glenn and Harriet !

Really nothing like knowing that you can realise even a moment's inspiration before it vanishes intodim
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