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ericbowles

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"RE: D 200 ISO"

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Fri 03-Aug-12 09:59 PM

Your experience at ISO 400 is pretty accurate. I'd try to stay at ISO 400 or lower, but compromises are part of photography. Color and dynamic range tend to be best at the lowest ISO levels, so beyond noise, there is plenty of reason to use lower ISO's. Still - it's better to have a sharp subject with noise than a soft subject due to a shutter speed that is too slow.

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