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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimePhotog View Post
    Some Canons (5D series) go down to 50 as well.
    dpreview wrote an article citing that the ISO 50 in 5D2 is a digital expansion rather than a native ISO setting, and results in a lowered dynamic range, and some believe it ends up having a lower headroom for highlights.

    But i cannot see any visible changes

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantcanopy View Post
    dpreview wrote an article citing that the ISO 50 in 5D2 is a digital expansion rather than a native ISO setting, and results in a lowered dynamic range, and some believe it ends up having a lower headroom for highlights.

    But i cannot see any visible changes

    Ryan
    This sounds like what I read about ISO 100 on Nikons also, I think only the D7000 (for Nikon) has its base ISO at 100.

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    Default Re: I am so poisoned by night86mare's long-exposure shots......

    So for broad daylight shoot can a ND8 do the job??
    Im thinking of getting a ND8 and a ND4.. any advise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleshem View Post
    So for broad daylight shoot can a ND8 do the job??
    Im thinking of getting a ND8 and a ND4.. any advise?

    Do WHAT job?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brapodam

    This sounds like what I read about ISO 100 on Nikons also, I think only the D7000 (for Nikon) has its base ISO at 100.
    Not only D7000, some older models like the D80 also starts from 100

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    Default Re: I am so poisoned by night86mare's long-exposure shots......

    Quote Originally Posted by PrimePhotog View Post
    Some Canons (5D series) go down to 50 as well.
    Base ISO (native ISO) can be different from lowest possible ISO.

    As Ryan mention, some ppl have claimed that using ISO50 gives less DR on the 5D Classic. Not sure if it's true.

    Anyways, going low ISO has no harm.

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    so tempting to get my first ND filter~
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    Quote Originally Posted by candycaine View Post
    Do WHAT job?
    Lets say outdoors shooting people under a very bright sun? is a ND filter require?
    or does ND filters only be used on Landscape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleshem View Post
    Lets say outdoors shooting people under a very bright sun? is a ND filter require?
    or does ND filters only be used on Landscape?
    Yes... ND can also be applied for portraiture work. In situation where there is strong ambient light and you want to use a big aperture to achieve a shallow DOF.

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    ohhh..so which ND filter is advised for portraiture works?? Im thinking of getting a ND4 and a ND8

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleshem View Post
    ohhh..so which ND filter is advised for portraiture works?? Im thinking of getting a ND4 and a ND8

    neutral density filter usage

    You can follow the above link and learn when and how to use ND filters
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    Quote Originally Posted by appleshem
    ohhh..so which ND filter is advised for portraiture works?? Im thinking of getting a ND4 and a ND8
    Depends on yr settings and light. Think those you suggest should be useful most of the time though.

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    Default Re: I am so poisoned by night86mare's long-exposure shots......

    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    Depends on yr settings and light. Think those you suggest should be useful most of the time though.
    probly most ppl will just bbb and ignore basics, then can see a lot of rubbishy pictures on flickr and everywhere again.
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