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chris_platt Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Apr 2009Sun 06-Mar-11 06:37 PM
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"D7000 ISO Limits - Pretty Darn Good"
Sun 06-Mar-11 06:49 PM by chris_platt

Newburg, US
          

Just a quick follow-on to the earlier thread. Since it is gray and raining today, thought I'd see what results I could get under similar circumstances.

D7000, Sigma 50-500 OS, 500mm, ISO 3200, 1/400, f6.3, +2/3 ev, handheld

(I really, really like this camera)





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JPJ Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Aug 2009Sun 06-Mar-11 08:38 PM
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Toronto, CA
          

This is much more consistent with what I have come to see out of the d7000. Proper exposure when you are shooting at high ISOs is critical because if you underexpose you are going to add considerable noise when you bring up the shadows.

You nailed the eye, great shot!

Jason

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chris_platt Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Apr 2009Sun 06-Mar-11 09:04 PM
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Newburg, US
          

Thanks Jason

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larrycurrlymoe Silver Member Nikonian since 13th Feb 2009Sun 06-Mar-11 11:08 PM
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Calgary, CA
          

I'm glad that one is learning the "secrets" of this camera! I would bump up your "pretty darn good" assessment. These are terrific!
I am struggling mightily with this unit, so it is nice to see some terrific "less than ideal condition" results. I shoot a lot of low ight wild life and would love to achieve this level of result.

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beemerman2k Silver Member Nikonian since 27th Mar 2006Thu 10-Mar-11 03:53 AM
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Ellington, US
          

I really, really, really like this camera as well. It's been a terrific find for me. Tonight I had dinner with the family in a poorly lit Chinese restaurant in Worcester, MA, and here's some of the pictures I took:

My mother in law at ISO 25,600 (she has ultra-sensitive eyes that cannot take a camera flash), 1/80th sec, F/2.8:


The family at ISO 5,600 (again, cannot use a flash), 1/25th sec, F/3.2:


And yours truly with my beautiful daughters (ISO 400, 1/50th sec, F/5, with an SB600 flash mounted on the camera):


Admittedly, these have been cropped and cleaned up via Lightroom 3, but still.

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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Sat 12-Mar-11 04:09 PM
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Alberta, CA
          

Great shots and PP on your part and clearly demonstrates the versatility of the D7000 - well done!

Best regards, SteveK

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jmiguez Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Oct 2010Sun 13-Mar-11 02:48 AM
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Lafayette, US
          

Oh James, I love the pictures of your family. The one with your daughters is priceless.

I wish I had some good pictures of my mother in law. Too late now, however.

John

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amolsan Registered since 14th Mar 2011Thu 31-Mar-11 09:51 AM
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Beemerman,
Great Pics. You have a lovely family.
Congrats and happy clicking.
Amol

  

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