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First shots from my new D3200

OldNavy609

Albuquerque, US
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OldNavy609 Registered since 07th Feb 2012
Fri 21-Sep-12 03:54 PM

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.

Good shooting,
Lee

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John Bertotti

Garretson, US
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#1. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 0

John Bertotti Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jun 2012
Fri 21-Sep-12 06:28 PM

Love mine to. What ISO were you at?

MEMcD

US
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#2. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 0

MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007
Fri 21-Sep-12 07:22 PM

Hi Lee,

Congratulations on your new D3200.
Enjoy!
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Best Regards,
Marty

OldNavy609

Albuquerque, US
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#3. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 1

OldNavy609 Registered since 07th Feb 2012
Fri 21-Sep-12 07:59 PM

>Love mine to. What ISO were you at?
I was either at ISO 200 or 400, probably 400. Thanks.

Good shooting,
Lee

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jimmills

Fort Walton Beach, FL, US
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#4. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 2

jimmills Registered since 01st Dec 2010
Sat 22-Sep-12 11:48 AM

Your exif data says you were at ISO 6400 for that last shot. I didn't check the others.

Jim

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OldNavy609

Albuquerque, US
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#5. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 4

OldNavy609 Registered since 07th Feb 2012
Sat 22-Sep-12 12:04 PM

>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

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John Bertotti

Garretson, US
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#6. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 5

John Bertotti Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jun 2012
Sat 22-Sep-12 09:59 PM

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!

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OldNavy609

Albuquerque, US
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#7. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 6

OldNavy609 Registered since 07th Feb 2012
Sun 23-Sep-12 02:03 PM

>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.

Good shooting,
Lee

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John Bertotti

Garretson, US
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#8. "RE: First shots from my new D3200" | In response to Reply # 7

John Bertotti Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jun 2012
Sun 23-Sep-12 07:28 PM | edited Sun 23-Sep-12 07:30 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


Edited because auto correct changed ISO to iOS!

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