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MasterDabber

Camberley, UK
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MasterDabber Registered since 10th Dec 2005
Sat 08-Dec-12 07:12 AM

I'm on a promise from my lovely wife that Father Christmas will be bringing me a D7000/18-105 kit to replace my trusty old D50.

Just a quick question. From reports I've read I understand that ISO performance is very good and noise levels at higher ISOs are pretty good.
I like to shoot old building interiors like churches. Typically this is done handheld. In real world shooting performance what do you think I'm likely to be able to bump ISO levels up to?
With my D%) with ISO starting at 200 I usually only go up to 400 and occasionally 800 but never above that.
Any thoughts on what I might be able to get away with using the d7000?

Thanks
Derek

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