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dutch_dan

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dutch_dan Registered since 26th Mar 2006
Sat 26-May-12 08:01 AM

Hi guys and girls,

I am due an upgrade in equipment, currently have the D2Xs, was thinking of the D4, but they priced that too high, so I am going to go for the D800( if it becomes avialable that is!).
That is where I am, my question is this, the base ISO is 100, but ISO 50 is possible, as this is not the base ISO I assume something has to give when using this.
Can anyone explain how they achieve the ISO 50 and what do we lose by using it, dynamic range, image quality?

Thanks and take care,
Dan.

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