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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickcanada View Post
    Pfff, my 20D does ISO 1600 well. (ya, I'm an amateur, I forgot to lower the ISO)

    Nice shot Nick. From what I have seen any higher level Canon camera does 1600 well. The Xti could not do that without some processing or excellent light.
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  2. #12
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    Even my old ass 1D II can do ISO1600 well.



    Last edited by cdifoto; 10-25-2008 at 11:56 PM.
    Ouch.™

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookonthe8ball View Post
    Nice shot Nick. From what I have seen any higher level Canon camera does 1600 well. The Xti could not do that without some processing or excellent light.
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    It doesn't take much to get me to post up my pictures.

    All taken with the XT, one of the main reasons I bought the 20D is so that I would have ISO 3200. The next body I buy is going to have to have higher ISO. I'm constantly wishing I had more. To be honest I've never looked at a 20D picture and said "wow that looks better then my XT". I still think the XT has fantastic IQ. The main thing I don't like about it is it's size and ergonomics. That second wheel on the xxD body is sooooo nice.








    Last edited by Nickcanada; 10-26-2008 at 06:45 AM.
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  5. #15
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    did u shot this raw ?
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    saleh, since i'm sure nick wont say it, i will. the reason his hi-iso shots are so good, (as nq already mentioned), is cos he exposes them perfectly.
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    8ball I just noticed ACR 5.1 is available and has a 64 bit converter too.
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    Great shots Nick, I remember seeing some of your band pics before and they are always great. Like Rooz said, your exposures are right on.

    talkingdog - thanks for the Adobe update. Looks like they have added support for a number of cameras.
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    Nick is the king of high ISO polish.

    He has a distinct advantage though - he's in Canada where it's colder so the sensor doesn't get as hot, thus cleaner images.

    Ouch.™

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdifoto View Post
    Nick is the king of high ISO polish.

    He has a distinct advantage though - he's in Canada where it's colder so the sensor doesn't get as hot, thus cleaner images.

    But don't forget that this is mitigated by the fact that all of us Canadians are hosers and have a hard time operating cameras because they don't work like beer, eh!
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