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JMWarren

Mississauga/London, CA
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JMWarren Registered since 24th Jun 2002
Fri 06-Feb-04 03:34 AM

I've read an aweful lot of posts on Nikon boards from people who want lower ISO speeds on Digital SLRs. My question is why? If the sensor is capable of producing a noiseless image at 200iso why bother with 50iso? I guess maybe for super highlighting conditions/long exposures but we do have things called ND filters! On the D70 would there be any advantage to having a lower ISO speed in terms of image quality? Maybe i've missed somthing HUGE here, feel free to point it out.

Can't wait to get my hands on a D70 and SB-600/800, my non-swivelhead SB-50dx always bugged me anyways.

Mike Warren

Mike Warren

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