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12-12-2010, 12:53 AM   #16
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No, I don't think I saw that one...
I'll see if I can't dig it up.
I'll get it.

edit: saw your update. As we're on the topic, thought I'd post it here anyway: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-k-5-forum/124082-iso-80-permits-ma...fill-post.html

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yea, U2's dumb
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What's wrong with the sound of U2?

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Bono's faux political rubbish.
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I don't think I'll be using ISO 51,200 very much if ever, but I've found the 10,000 region to be very usable.
Actually on the scene you've shot I prefer the 51200 version.

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I don't have the aversion to noise that some have, and actually like the first one best for the scene posted. It is those times that you want noise-free where the K5 will shine for me, and the most important factor in many wildlife shots is the ability to gain a little speed at the higher ISO levels.
I like this shot I got with my K20D, but can only imagine how much easier it would have been at ISO 1600...or higher?
Hand held 1/45 ISO 800 F9.5 @500mm (Bigma)
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I look forward to owning a K5, I am hoping it will make wildlife shooting easier and give better results more often
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With noise reduction and sharpening, I declare it usable.
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