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Old Jan 2, 2008, 9:44 PM   #11
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Beautiful high ISO performance, Steve, it's amazing how quickly the acceptable ISO is getting with the new cameras. Difficult to imagine how it can get better
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Old Jan 2, 2008, 9:57 PM   #12
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Thanks to everybody for your comments. I appreciate you all looking.
Rocky, I didn't use any noise reduction at all on any of these shots. :G This camera is making my Noise Ninja filter obsolete.

Norm, That is so true. I remember just a few short years ago I was shooting with a Panasonic FZ20 and really saw a drop off if I went above ISO 80. Amazing.

All the Best in 2008 everyone,

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Old Jan 3, 2008, 9:57 AM   #13
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Awesome shots Steve. The detail in the first is quite amazing at that high ISO. Makes me want to run out and buy a D300 or Mark III after seeing your's and Norm's high ISO shots. Very little degradation of detail at these settings is quite amazing. Keep up the great work!....cheers...Don
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Awesome shots Steve. The detail in the first is quite amazing at that high ISO. Makes me want to run out and buy a D300 or Mark III after seeing your's and Norm's high ISO shots. Very little degradation of detail at these settings is quite amazing. Keep up the great work!....cheers...Don
Thanks, I know I am blown away with what this camera can do every time I go out. There is so much more it can do, I should be busy learning new stuff for some time to come.

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Steve, your really making me want to up the time frame on picking up that D300!!
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Steve, your really making me want to up the time frame on picking up that D300!!
Thanks Mike, I gotta tell you that one other big plus with this new Nikon is that you will have a lot more time for shooting pictures because you won't need to spend hardly any time in photoshop trying to improve things. At least that's been my experience.
Here's wishing all your photos in 2008 are in foucus.

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