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  1. #11
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    Re: D4 vs D3s vs D3x

    all this focus on ultra High ISO fascinates me,, because,, I think of the D3/D4 as more a studio camera, with plenty of lighting options available, How often are people really pushing the upper limits of ISO?

    I typically keep my ISO at 2000 or below for D800/D700, above that and the noise just becomes too much of an issue for me.

    Sometimes, I'll push the 6400 range,, but for limited low light snapshot mode,, like attending a family concert,, where no flash is allowed, and I still want a snap.

    >95% time under 1000 ISO,,, and if possible,, more toward ISO 200,,

    so,, kinda curious of how much are you using the ultra high ISO? and under what photo ops?


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    Re: D4 vs D3s vs D3x

    D4 vs D3s vs D3x
    Quote Originally Posted by stmv View Post
    all this focus on ultra High ISO fascinates me,, because,, I think of the D3/D4 as more a studio camera, with plenty of lighting options available, How often are people really pushing the upper limits of ISO?

    I typically keep my ISO at 2000 or below for D800/D700, above that and the noise just becomes too much of an issue for me.

    Sometimes, I'll push the 6400 range,, but for limited low light snapshot mode,, like attending a family concert,, where no flash is allowed, and I still want a snap.

    >95% time under 1000 ISO,,, and if possible,, more toward ISO 200,,

    so,, kinda curious of how much are you using the ultra high ISO? and under what photo ops?
    Actually to me the D3x is a studio camera. The D3/D3s/D4 are more photojournalist/sports kind of camera.

    These are a couple of my pictures that required ultra high ISO...



    Last edited by daredevil123; 01-12-2013 at 06:35 PM.

  3. #13
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    Re: D4 vs D3s vs D3x

    If someone came up to me and said, "Jack....I'm going to give you the money to pick the camera of your choice from these three"...........I'd pick the D3X hands down. Reason?.......no video.
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    Re: D4 vs D3s vs D3x

    D4 vs D3s vs D3x
    Here is ISO 12,800 with D4 & Nikon 24-120F4 @ f4 92mm - Awesome this of course was with existing lighting. The D4 is the best camera I have ever owned - even more than the D3s I had.
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    Re: D4 vs D3s vs D3x

    D4 vs D3s vs D3x
    This is taken at 1/800th second, f2.8 @ ISO 10,000 AWB[IMG]http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/02/20/ezuryten.jpg[/IMG



    Kelly





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