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km6xz

St Petersburg, RU
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"RE: D600 and High ISO"

km6xz Moderator Awarded for his in-depth knowledge in various areas, including Portraits and Urban Photography Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2009
Wed 26-Sep-12 08:40 AM

There is no advantage at high ISO to the D600 over the D3s higher than 1600 to 25k although there is a 1/3 stop advantage to the D3s at 25k, the highest the new cameras go.
At all ISO from 1600 down, there is a substantial advantage for the D800, D800 D600 and even the D7000. For those shooting in available darkness the D3s and D4 is the camera to use. For almost every other lighting situation the advantage is to the newer cameras.
Color, DR, and resolution, flexibility of files all where the new breed of very low noise high res cameras shine. Studio, landscape, macro, architecture, portraiture etc are all benefited by the new technology.

Going back the original problem with your friend's noise: can you post images that did not work with Metadata intact? Do her prints show visible noise? Or is she seeing it only at 100% crops(in which case there is a strong possibility that she is actually zooming in a lot more than 100%)?
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