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Larry E30 Silver Member Nikonian since 27th May 2009Wed 10-Jun-09 03:31 AM
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UNBELIEVEABLE!Photo of glass ball is my first photo at 6400 ISO.I was quite sad to send back my E-30(which had UNACCEPTABLE noise at even LOW ISO's). Now - WOW!. Also ; I wanted to go light and small (after that large-ish,heavery E-30 body,bulkyer lenses),so I oppted to go w/3 lenses,not 4,and no super tele. ,OR 2x -just use my 55-200 @ 200 (= old 300mm) and crop. 2nd and third shots will show this ... although I can take more care to do even better.Back to 6400 ISO photo; right out of camera (resize) pattern,A 1/60,f25,ISO Hi 1,102mm(about 150mm old)WB auto.,sRGB,NL,noise redu. Hi ISO norm.,VR ON - all else 0 Good night to all! , Larry photos;








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Larry E30 Silver Member Nikonian since 27th May 2009Sat 13-Jun-09 05:48 PM
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In the second thing I was talking about in thread above,(at max on 55-200 tele. ...to crop instead of buying a bulky/heavy lens - I'd have to make room for to carry). Here's a "V"-bug photo I took in the back yard while doing a camera test ;





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