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| p.1 #1 · ISO 12,800 Images (post your examples here) |
REASON FOR THIS POST:
As digital sensor technology (and software) has advanced, the ISO settings one may have used in the film era may no longer be the ones we use today, in "day to day shooting" or in this case "night to night" shooting. In the past folks may have been reluctant to shoot at ISO800 except in extreme cases. Now the ISO boundaries are being pushed higher and higher.
I am interested in seeing some images from Canon cameras (e.g. 7D especially, but not only that camera) that were shot at the highest ISO possible for some cameras (ISO Expansion to 12,800).
I expect that most of these were shot in dim lighting conditions or in special circumstances.
I am NOT interested in sample charts (e.g. from dpreview or elsewhere) or still life photos off of lens testing sites.
I AM more interested in average subjects (people, landscapes, action, travel, sports etc.) as shot by members of this forum. "Real World" examples are preferred.
Feel free to post your examples here in this discussion. Sorry, I don't have any at this time.
Please post the camera body used, the ISO (12,800) and anything else you want to say about the lens you used or the situation or your satisfaction with the image quality given the need to shoot at such a high ISO.
IF you used noise reduction software after the shot, please mention that and whether it was "mild" or "extreme" use. Otherwise I will assume you shot with "Standard" Noise Reduction setting on your camera body.