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Old April 20th 13, 08:42 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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"PeterN" wrote in message
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There is also a practical limit in noise level at a higher ISO. My D200 ws
quite noisy above 800. My D300 produced usable images at 1600-2000,
although there was some noise. Though with today's noise reduction
software, my guess is that the limits may be higher.


And many new cameras allow you to set the max ISO used by auto ISO, so you
can simply choose at what point you think noise is excessive for the camera
being used, and not go there.

Trevor.


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Old April 20th 13, 08:48 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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One can alwyas shoot an fx in dx mode.


Or simply crop later in PS.


I have been shooting with W/A DX lenses in FF, and cropping in PS.


Good for you, I can't even use my EF-S WA lens on my FF Canons!


No decent results, yet.


Shooting in Dx mode isn't going to help much then either!

Trevor.





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Old April 20th 13, 05:02 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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On 4/20/2013 3:48 AM, Trevor wrote:
"PeterN" wrote in message
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One can alwyas shoot an fx in dx mode.

Or simply crop later in PS.


I have been shooting with W/A DX lenses in FF, and cropping in PS.


Good for you, I can't even use my EF-S WA lens on my FF Canons!


No decent results, yet.


Shooting in Dx mode isn't going to help much then either!

Trevor.


There was nothing technically wrong with the images. Simply dull and
uninteresting images.


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