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simonk

Canvey Island, UK
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simonk Registered since 29th Apr 2009
Tue 19-Jun-12 03:27 PM | edited Tue 19-Jun-12 03:48 PM by simonk

Thought you might be interested in my first exprience of using my D800 in low light situations. This picture was taken at Wimpole Estate near Cambridge (England). You are not allowed to use flash or tripods. This is the larder in the house and it was in very poor light. Set the D800 to 6400 ISO and took a few shots. I must say i was very impressed. Previously have used by D300's for this and they cannot produce this sort of quality.

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Image details: Nikon 24-70 f2.8, ISO 6400, f2.8 at 1/15 sec

Simon


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