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I 2nd the colors Jeff, very sharp...
Thank you sir.
I'm curious as to why you chose ISO 160 and not something lower given you were already shooting a 10 second exposure? does 50 or 100 actually harm a shot like this?
At the ISAP symposium in San Diego a few years ago, the Canon rep suggested that ISO 160 (and multiples thereof) were "native" for camera's like my 5D3. That a "native" ISO of 160 would give as good or better IQ than ISO 100. I can't officially or formally confirm, but I've been using ISO 160 ever since and have had good results. All that being said, I don't think it would have hurt a thing to have used ISO 50 or 100 - just a habit for me to go with ISO 160.