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Old Sep 9, 2007, 3:58 AM   #11
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fldspringer makes a very good point.

High ISO photography is not the only thing that is important. We all try to avoid high ISO anyway. And most of the time if you are going over ISO 400 you can fall back on those things we used to use in film days - a tripod *gasp* and a flash.

For some people of course it's essential, but they are very much in the minority. Like image stabiilisation, high ISO seems to me to be accorded far more important in internet reviews than it is in the real world.
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Old Sep 9, 2007, 11:53 AM   #12
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Thanks for some really excellent samples, Greg!

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Old Sep 9, 2007, 1:52 PM   #13
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Very excellent shots, I still have an OLY film camera, a Pen F, half frame camera I purchased in Southeast Asia, with several lenses and I loved it it was probably the first camera that was truly a compact travel camera, I bet I took 2 or 3 thousand rolls of film with it. I just might have to check out one of the new OLY DSLR's
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