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Does the 1.3 crop really work? An example.

richardd300

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"RE: Does the 1.3 crop really work in low ight."

richardd300 Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Apr 2009
Fri 05-Apr-13 02:19 PM

<<I really like the 1/3 crop and the grey out area does not bother me.>>

I've got used to it now, just a small learning curve.

<<Because only part of the Sensor is used, is the High ISO capability reduced?>>

I have not witnessed any difference on ISO capabilities, but haven't really pushed the boundaries on that as light here the last 3 weeks has been excellent allowing high shutter speed at between ISO100 and 400.

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