Yesterday I went out for lunch at Ropers Restaurant here in Albuquerque. I took my new D3200 with me just in case I saw anything interesting. These shots were taken in program mode using the 55-200mm F4-5.6 af-s vr lens and no flash. I am very pleased with the dynamic range and detail. Love this little camera (my first Nikon digital). I orginally thought that I would sell the camera, but I think I'll keep it. Now to start saving for a D7000 or D600. C and C are always welcomed.
>Your exif data says you were at ISO 6400 for that last shot. >I didn't check the others. > >Jim Thanks, Jim. They were all probably at that ISO. I'm still getting used to using the camera and thought I had a lower ISO set. With that information, I am impressed with the lack of noise in the images. I cropped the images quite a bit and downsized them for posting. Good shooting, Lee
Sorry but the ISO of 6400 makes more sense to me, my croped pics at 100 and 200 dont look nearly that grainy but at 6400, well that's a horse of a diffenet color! I htink they are good shots at that iso!
>Sorry but the ISO of 6400 makes more sense to me, my croped >pics at 100 and 200 dont look nearly that grainy but at 6400, >well that's a horse of a diffenet color! I htink they are good >shots at that iso!
Thanks for your input, John. I appreciate it. Planning on going out and shooting around the State Fair area. (I'll just have to mind my ISO settings). Have a good one.
Sun 23-Sep-12 09:28 PM | edited Sun 23-Sep-12 09:30 PM by John Bertotti
I set max ISO on mine so it wouldn't go above my max desired ISO unless I want it to. The first couple times I shot mine I was really disappointed because the pics weren't as sharp as I wanted. My ISO had jumped way up, once I figured that out I was very happy! Never the less take my thoughts with a grain of salt virtually everyone else is better at this then I am. Later Bertotti