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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Wed 07-Jul-10 02:17 AM
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"High ISO test"


Phoenix, US
          

I used my 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5
f/3.5@18mm ISO 3200 shutter 1/25
I usually leave my ISO on auto max 1600 @ 1/30
but decided if it's the difference of getting the shot
or not noise shouldn't factor in.
Not bad I guess for wide open at 3200.
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blw Moderator Awarded for his high level of expertise in various areas Nikonian since 18th Jun 2004Wed 07-Jul-10 09:59 PM
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Richmond, US
          

> but decided if it's the difference of getting the shot or not noise shouldn't factor in.

Very true. A sharp, well focused but noisy image is far, far better than a blurry anything.

Besides, you can have a go at a high ISO image with noise reduction software in post, either tonight when you get it onto a computer or three years from now when Super Duper NR version 23.103 comes out with complete "read my mind" optimization... pretty much nothing is going to save a shot that suffers from motion blur of more than a couple of pixels.

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Wed 07-Jul-10 10:42 PM
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Phoenix, US
          

>Very true. A sharp, well focused but noisy image is far, far
>better than a blurry anything.
>
>Besides, you can have a go at a high ISO image with noise
>reduction software in post, either tonight when you get it
>onto a computer or three years from now when Super Duper NR
>version 23.103 comes out with complete "read my
>mind" optimization... pretty much nothing is going to
>save a shot that suffers from motion blur of more than a
>couple of pixels.

Thanks for the response. I'm sure there will be ISO noise reduction programs that will deal with about anything. Fix noise make $$$.

I went ahead and changed my max ISO to HI 1 and shot the same room. This time the 1/30 min shutter was met and the ISO went to .7 EV over 3200. I don't know what that means but it works.
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MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007Wed 07-Jul-10 11:05 PM
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#3. "RE: High ISO test"
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Hi Tom,

.7 EV over ISO 3200 means 2/3rds of a stop over ISO 3200 ~ ISO 5000.
In other words your image was captured at the equivalent of ISO 5000.
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Best Regards,
Marty

  

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Wed 07-Jul-10 11:24 PM
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Phoenix, US
          

>Hi Tom,
>
>.7 EV over ISO 3200 means 2/3rds of a stop over ISO 3200 ~ ISO
>5000.
>In other words your image was captured at the equivalent of
>ISO 5000.
>Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Thanks for the information. ISO 5000 doesn't look so bad, not
great but not bad.

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#5. "RE: High ISO test"
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Richmond, US
          

It also depends on usage. I agree that it's not bad for internet posting. If you try to make a 20 x 30 print from it, you might not be so happy with it, at least not without considerable post processing work.

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Sat 10-Jul-10 02:00 PM
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#6. "RE: High ISO test"
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Sat 10-Jul-10 02:00 PM by vindex1963

Phoenix, US
          

Here is f/4.5 1/30 ISO 1800
I was playing around with a star filter.


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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Sun 25-Jul-10 02:27 AM
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#7. "RE: High ISO test"
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Phoenix, US
          

Some more High ISO shots.

ISO 400
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/90aff481.jpg

ISO 900
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/8fe0cebb.jpg

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Sun 25-Jul-10 02:27 AM
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Phoenix, US
          

ISO 1250
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/0a760542.jpg

ISO 2500
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/5e7461bc.jpg

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Sun 25-Jul-10 02:28 AM
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#9. "RE: High ISO test"
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Phoenix, US
          

ISO 3200
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/538946e4.jpg

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Wed 28-Jul-10 02:20 AM
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#10. "RE: High ISO test"
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Phoenix, US
          

Not to be confused with long EXP noise reduction.

I did an experiment with the in camera noise reduction. I batch processed these in Capture NX2 with the software noise reduction turned off.
I really can't tell much difference. Maybe off to high there is a little more softness in the high.

ISO 3200
f/5
shutter 1/15

OFF
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/620e96c3.jpg

LOW
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/2ed60a9f.jpg

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vindex1963 Registered since 27th Jan 2008Wed 28-Jul-10 02:20 AM
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#11. "RE: High ISO test"
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Phoenix, US
          

NORMAL
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/29e051a6.jpg

HIGH
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v359/vindex1963/High%20ISO/67c2c2ce.jpg

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