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Well, not too bad...http://www.nikon-image.com/jpn/products/camera/slr/digital/d3s/pic02.htm
#1. "RE: 102,400..." | In response to Reply # 0
Hi Russell,Not too bad at all!Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!
#2. "RE: 102,400..." | In response to Reply # 0
Here's a slightly improved version with a quick and dirty selective NR and sharpening:https://images.nikonians.org/galleries/showphoto.php/photo/209374/size/big/cat/Best regards, SteveK'A camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.' -- Dorothea LangeMy Nikonians galleryMy Nikonians Blog
#3. "RE: 102,400..." | In response to Reply # 2
At ISO 102,400 you may hear a tiny unintelligible voice when you release the shutter. Sophisticated audio processing reveals that the voice is saying, "A one, and a two, and a three...". It's the sensor counting photons. :^).RNJ
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#5. "RE: 102,400..." | In response to Reply # 2
Nice job Steve. The original is amazing considering the ISO. But the enhanced image demonstrates that this ISO has some really useful potential.
#4. "RE: 102,400..." | In response to Reply # 0
I could certainly gripe about the quality of the photo until I stop and realize its ISO 102,400!!!! Holy Krikey!I can't wait for the D4!
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