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Got my D800 yesterday and here are the first and fourth pictures I took. No post processing other than to resize for posting. No "in camera processing either"Shot with 70-200 with 1.4 TC, hand held, VR on, 1/125 sec, F$, ISO 6,400
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#1. "RE: ISO 6400 shots" | In response to Reply # 0
Phillip, those are amazing shots at ISO 6400. My 800E will arrive today and I'll be looking at variouis ISO results myself. Do you think the resizing had anything to do with it?Thanks for sharing.
Nick (Roxbury, Connecticut Nikonian)
#2. "RE: ISO 6400 shots" | In response to Reply # 1
No it's just a heck of a camera
#3. "RE: ISO 6400 shots no big deal..." | In response to Reply # 0
How about 25600?
#4. "RE: ISO 6400 shots no big deal..." | In response to Reply # 3
Nice shot. Opanda shows it to have ISO 6400 which is interesting. I just did a cople of shots at high 1 ISO and Opanda showed the ISO to be 0 and windows 7 left the ISO value blank.In any case the D800 is quite a camera!
#5. "RE: ISO 6400 shots no big deal..." | In response to Reply # 4
You are correct I uploaded the wrong photo.Here is the correct one.And in case you are wondering my dog adores me so taking identically framed images (more or less) is not a problem.
#6. "RE: ISO 6400 shots no big deal..." | In response to Reply # 5
VERY, VERY impressive for 25600