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nevan Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Mar 2011
Wed 17-Oct-12 01:03 PM

Hi to all,
i hope this is the right forum for this clarification.
I want to get the difference between 2 images at different settings though both bring along the right exposure?
I'm more on the practical side n less on the theoretical.
What's the difference between :
1 - a picture outside at iso 1000 at 1/800s and f6.3

2 - another same condition at iso 2000 at 1/2000s and f3.5, let's say with a D700?

To my experience, the one at f6.3 will have a better DOF.What else?
I would be much grateful if you could enlighten my way out of this.
Kindest regards
Ned

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