D2Hs at different ISO's

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DW Brewer

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There seems to be an ongoing discussion about the D2Hs performance at high ISO's, although those of us who have and use the D2Hs don't have a problem with the camera at high ISO's. For my $.02 on this topic, here are three images of my spouse, taken yesterday, indoors in window light at a restaurant. The images were taken at ISO 200, 800, and 1600, aalthough they are not necessarily posted in that order. These were RAW, processed in RSP, and given minimal treatment in CS2 and are unsharpened. Yes, you may access the EXIF data in pbase, but just for the sake of comparison...
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All look good but you can't tell anything from a web sized image. Cut out the same section from all 3 shots at %100 and post that, it will make for an easier conclusion to be made :)

Edit, top one looks like 1600 though unless its just been saved with too low a compression.
 

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