A&P D300S ISO Test

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  1. havelegs

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    Here's a pic that I took at ISO 6400. I did not do any noise reduction in PP, only thing I did in PP was added some contrast. The noise reduction in camera works great. I had a hard time using anything 800 or over on my D80..

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    I dont know that this is a good example...
     
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    not too bad... a little better than the D300, a little below the D700. :cool:

    I've shot the D300 at ISO 3200 a few times before. Produces pretty usable pics.
     
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    Yeah it's not good enough for large prints, I know. I was just impressed by how "good" it is.
     

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