Fuji S5 Pro ISO 1600, no flash

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Since there is interest in this new camera, here are a few from Saturday's wedding. All at ISO 1600, no flash, no PP, no sharpening, just straight from the camera and save for web.
All are handheld, 17-55 f/2.8 lens, spot metering

This is from the same wedding I posted as Fun Pittsburgh wedding.

In hotel room available light near window
slightly overexposed, but straight from camera.
f/5.6, 1/80 sec
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middle of hotel room, lamps on and window off to the side, but blocked by women in hat.

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The camera did a good job here, it really wasn't that bright, I would say average church lighting.
1/60 sec, f/2.8
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1/30 sec., f/2.8
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1/30 sec, f/2.8
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Nice set, and the camera sure does handle high ISO nicely.

I'd try to straighten the last photo?

Thanks Jimmy, I'll straighten, sharpen, remove moles, soften skin etc. when I edit.
These are straight from the camera. The ones at 1/30 sec. show camera shake, I should be able to fix that in Photoshop.

I showed these with no editing to show how the camera handles noise at ISO 1600

thanks again for your reply,
Greg
 
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Looking good... I'm very tempted :biggrin:

I took a couple ISO400 shots with the D2X yesterday... testing out a 35mm prime I got from Broyer and the noise is much higher than the shots you have here at iso1600 :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 
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Yes, Sorry GT, Fuji S5 Pro $1,899 camera only.
It uses the D200 body from Nikon.
There has been some dicussion about comparing the two at higher ISO
It's very good @ ISO 1600.
Especially jpeg straight from camera.
 
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I'm stunned by this, having only ever owned the D50/D80 and being a photography newbie, I always wondered we ever even had a ISO above 400 as I feel the Nikons are so bad above this. I cant believe that another brand can produce these results at this setting.

Very interesting, thx for sharing.
 

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