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    Default Re: Moving from DX to FX

    Quote Originally Posted by ballwackers View Post
    Yes you are right about the ISO. I was trying to say that the quality is still great up to 1600 (some people would even say higher...?) and trying to draw a comparison to ability of the D7000
    The acceptable range is almost always half mark, prob around 3200. On the D4, I often go up to 8000 if necessary. I'd heck it and just shoot at 6400 on the D600.

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    Default Re: Moving from DX to FX

    Quote Originally Posted by ballwackers View Post
    Yes you are right about the ISO. I was trying to say that the quality is still great up to 1600 (some people would even say higher...?) and trying to draw a comparison to ability of the D7000
    1600? 3200? hmmm... even on the older D700 i have no qualms going up to ISO 5000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    1600? 3200? hmmm... even on the older D700 i have no qualms going up to ISO 5000.
    For which type of photography?

    I've had a D700 and above ISO3200 start to take a hit (for me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by avsquare View Post
    For which type of photography?

    I've had a D700 and above ISO3200 start to take a hit (for me)
    street, weddings, events, travel..

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    street, weddings, events, travel..
    Maybe I need to learn how to process noise better

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