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Old Jul 12, 2006, 11:38 AM   #1
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Went out the other day, and it was very gray, so decided to push the iso up and see what the camera can do. Results seem ok. I was quite surprised the 3200's show as much detail as they do. Thought they'd be just mottled splotched noise. I overexposed by using the histogram on each shot, shooting in RAW, and converting in CS. No noise reduction on these. The exif data is there for checking if you wish. What do you guys think? Useable or not?.......cheers.....Don.
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Oops. got the wrong one. It's this one at 3200
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Great set of pics. While I like the flower shots, I am blown away (as always) by the bird shots. They never seem to hang around long enough to get such perfect sharp photos



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Well, try this with 3200 ASA film (does it exist?)

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Not in color that I'm aware of (and I wouldn't try pushing Fuji Superia X-TRA 1600 a stop if I were you). Although, it's really not too bad for ISO 1600 color film from a grain perspective if you don't try to push it any.


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