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D600 and low light / high ISO

wthalliii

Dallas, US
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wthalliii Silver Member Nikonian since 20th May 2004
Sat 20-Oct-12 07:13 AM

I take pictures of musicals at a local college - example: http://cvcfmt.org/Oz2/Show/index.html - and I'm interested in possibly upgrading from my D300s to a D600. How well does the D600 do in low light at high ISO - 6400 and above? Does anyone have any example shots?

Most of those pictures on my web site were shot with my D300s with a Nikon 28-70mm f/2.8 at ISO 3200. A few of them were taken with my D200 with my 70-200mm f/2.8 VR. I'm thinking that I could shoot at ISO 6400 or even higher on the D600 and get much better results than the D300s. And maybe I could even go up to even 12,600 and get decent results?

Bill Hall
my web site.

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