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    Thanks for the replies. Yup, that time i was shooting in vivid and the color is like to vivid. haha. I will try out portrait or standard and save a backup in raw.

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    Haha, its a new account, the max is in caps and the 3 is in the middle this time
    hmm... kena banned again? haha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicorn View Post
    hi all,

    Can I ask?

    What is the maximum ISO you guys will use on a D7000?? hmm
    Depends on your preference. I hardly go above 1000, but sometimes i go up to 1600 (very very rare). Never pass that.

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    hmm highest I go is 1000 hahaha
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    Default Re: D7000 user...fall in!!! Part 2

    u guys shld go higher man since d7000 has superb noise handling for a DX sensor, n even more so than d300s. if i can afford to use iso 1600 on my d300s without problems, i dun see why u guys can't use iso 1600 n higher on a d7000
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    Default Re: D7000 user...fall in!!! Part 2

    i peak at 500+ in daylight and 2000 in school halls. in my school's hall, even if i shoot at 1/60 and f/3.5, i still need minimum 2000 to get even.

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    Maybe I should try to use 1600 haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie
    i peak at 500+ in daylight and 2000 in school halls. in my school's hall, even if i shoot at 1/60 and f/3.5, i still need minimum 2000 to get even.
    How's the noise at 2000? Hmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    How's the noise at 2000? Hmm
    Pretty good, it's very usable even at 3200

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    OMG i just realise that there is a dead pixel on my sensor...

    can i know how much does it cost to do a remapping..??

    and if i can get it back within the same day..

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    How's the noise at 2000? Hmm
    not that bad actually. the noise is noticeable when you blow it up on the screen, but it's still acceptable. people won't notice since they usually just swipe across the images for a review

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    We should have an D7000 outing

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceken View Post
    We should have an D7000 outing

    niceken
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    O.O really? Hmm, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceken View Post
    We should have an D7000 outing

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    Can a D300s Owner poke 1 leg? ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    Maybe I should try to use 1600 haha
    What do you usually shoot? I constantly go up to 3200-6400 + f2.8 or faster lenses to get decent shutter speed in demanding situations...especially indoors.

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    Can a D300s Owner poke 1 leg? ^^
    Why not? Lol need to plan a date then

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    Got my D7000 last month. I upgraded from D60 to D7000. Whew, it felt like i am new again to photography. all the functions and controls are way better and way different from my od D60. but yah, D7000 is a good upgrade.

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    Using my friend's D90 made me realize how easy it was for most of the functions i needed to access, rather than having to fiddle thru menus. Truly a great improvement!
    D7000/ MB-D11/ SB-700/ Tamron 17-50/ Sirui T1204x

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    Default Re: D7000 user...fall in!!! Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by nicorn View Post
    hi all,

    Can I ask?

    What is the maximum ISO you guys will use on a D7000?? hmm
    Outdoors , ISO 200-320
    Indoors , ISO 400-500
    At Night, ISO 1600-3200 (No Flash, IQ will suffer but I use this type of pics on FB they reduce the quality until you can't tell) - Really Powerful low noise camera!
    At Night, ISO 500 (With Flash)
    Last edited by Canvent; 13th October 2011 at 08:45 AM.

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    Transcend Class 10 SDHCs are slow in the D7000s. The Sandisk Extreme 45mb/s clear the buffer significantly faster. Wasted so much money on a stack of 8GB Transcends. Bonfire anyone?

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