D90 - highest ISO without noise/grainy?


carocaro

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Feb 17, 2009
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#1
Hi,
any advice on how high I can set my ISO for indoor shots withuot risking pics that are very grainy?
thanks
 

Sep 8, 2009
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Choa Chu Kang
#2
It depends on your personal tolerance of grain / noise ?? It also depends how large your intended output is ... the smaller the output the less noticable the grain/noise

Shoot a few pictures in various ISO settings and judge for yourself !! :D

Have fun !!!
 

Jan 12, 2006
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Bedok
#3
agreed...it all depends how on much noise is "acceptable" to you..for me im ok with iso 1600-2000 .. try for yourself and find out :)
 

madmartian

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May 2, 2009
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#4
Hi,
any advice on how high I can set my ISO for indoor shots withuot risking pics that are very grainy?
thanks
Choose noise reduction (high ISO nr) if you are shooting @ hi ISO. Please read your manual ;)
 

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