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Scotty45

East Gippsland., AU
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Scotty45 Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Mar 2010
Sat 20-Oct-12 11:17 PM

I seem to be generating a lot of noise in my shots taken above 400iso. Mainly with bird shots taken amongst foilage when lack of adequate light is an issue. I mainly use my 300mm f/4D lens, sometimes with a TC-14E II teleconverter attached. For most wildlife shots I shoot shutter priority so I can use high shutter speeds. I also change iso manually.
(1). How can I increase iso & keep noise to a minimum?
(2). Should I be using auto iso in rapidly changing light situations?

Any advice would be appreciated.......Scotty.

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