A&P Would ISO1600 on a Canon get faster shutterspeeds than a Nikon?

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  1. 1200mk

    1200mk Still same OG

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    or is the same shit?

    if everything else was identical.
     
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    joy division New Member

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    lift 10 for 20 if gym no for home had 30 pounds?
     
  3. turbodude

    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    depends. i heard that the ASA rating for digital are slightly different then their film counterparts, so there could likely be some variance between CCD and CMOS sensors, but it would be negligible i assume.
     
  4. CombatWombat

    CombatWombat oh shit, zombies bro

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    should be the same, all though the actual amount of light needed is different to film due to way it works on CCD/CMOS, so it would differ from film, but from sensor to sensor, no.
     
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    could depend on how the actual light meter of the camera worked too..
     
  6. jared_IRL

    jared_IRL OT Supporter

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    It's the same.


    At least on the D80 and 350d.

    our school has 350d's as rentals, and i have a d80. So I tested it real quick.


    pics were nothing exciting, and im leaving work now, but if you want to see the pics and exif, lemme know, i'll post em monday.
     

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