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09-02-2009, 07:38 AM   #166
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Here is a Photo of my Daughter
K7, DA 35 2.8 Limited Macro, ISO 1600, f2.8, Converted from RAW to Jpeg no PP only resize



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QuoteOriginally posted by lastdodobird Quote
Does increasing the EV help with high iso shots?

I did these test shots a few hours ago (DA40/2.8 + K100D @ ISO3200, f5.6) with +0.7EV and they seem to come out better...





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QuoteOriginally posted by lastdodobird Quote
Taken with a K100D + DA40/2.8

ISO3200, f5.6

Knew I saw this somewhere! Greets from head-fi

09-08-2009, 09:43 AM   #170
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09-08-2009, 10:11 AM   #171
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These are straight from the K20D....no pp done aside from cropping and resizing. I shot these in black and white as Jpegs...
All hand held

ISO3200


ISO3200


ISO3200


ISO3200


ISO3200
09-08-2009, 10:21 AM   #172
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ISO 3200
mY wife chimping her nikon


ISO3200


ISO3200


ISO3200


ISO6400


ISO6400...(NOTE: de-noised in CS3, increased exposer and contrast)
09-08-2009, 11:59 AM   #173
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jgredline: These are straight from the K20D....no pp done aside from cropping and resizing. I shot these in black and white as Jpegs...
All hand held
Wow! Jarvier, which lens are you using here?

09-08-2009, 12:50 PM   #174
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jewelltrail Quote
Wow! Jarvier, which lens are you using here?
Thanks, while not the greatest of photos, I thought they where pretty ok.
I was using my beloved Tamron 17-35f/2.8-4.0...What an amazing lens this is.
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If you feel like counting facial hair or noise pixel go for the original of this lowly & cheapo DL iso 1600 shot done in 2006. Lens used was FA135mm . I had to use F6.7 to get both subjects in focus and I had to crank up iso to compensate for a no-flash situation.


High resolution monitor is preferred for this image (my all time favorite demo for low noise sensor)

IMGP8141.JPG photo - Daniel TONG photos at pbase.com



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jgredline:Thanks, while not the greatest of photos, I thought they where pretty ok.
I was using my beloved Tamron 17-35f/2.8-4.0...What an amazing lens this is.
"pretty ok" ---pics at 3200 with clarity, contrast and sharpness like this="pretty ok"? r u serious?

Yes, that lens is a winner. If I opt to sell my Tammy 17-50 and replace it with the 28-75, this lens would fill in admirably for the gap I would then have below 28mm. However, I do not see these 17-35s---anywhere. This LBA thing never rests, instead it always has my mind envisioning all possible permutations (affordable and not) of various lens collections.


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danielchtong: (my all time favorite demo for low noise sensor)
Yes, it sure is. I heard this sensor is excellent with noise, but it is more convincing to see it here--thanks.
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I had the 17-50 Tamron version and it did not compare to the 17-35 in quality or focus speed.
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By the way. The rest of the series is here.
Life on the train - jgredline's Photos
Many at ISO 6400 and all the exif is intact.
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Iso 9600

Shot at iso 3200 and pushed 1.5 EV in PP for an iso 9600 (equivalent). Used noiseware pro and masking.

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Excellent pic as usual, pcarfan! Goes to show that in the right situation, there's a place for any ISO

QuoteOriginally posted by pcarfan Quote
Shot at iso 3200 and pushed 1.5 EV in PP for an iso 9600 (equivalent). Used noiseware pro and masking.

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