My pup with S5

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ISo 3200, underexposed purposely a bit to see what would happen noise wise.When I corrected it

I would normally get black eyes if I didn't want to blow his coat. Straight from the camera.
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Eric,

Didn't know that you were looking at an S5. The noise in the 100% crop looks about like ISO 250 or 320 on the D2H, or ISO 400 or 500 or maybe 640 on the D2Hs. Most impressive. I assume that it takes most or all Nikon lenses?

Cute pup pics BTW. :smile:
 
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Eric,

Didn't know that you were looking at an S5. The noise in the 100% crop looks about like ISO 250 or 320 on the D2H, or ISO 400 or 500 or maybe 640 on the D2Hs. Most impressive. I assume that it takes most or all Nikon lenses?

Cute pup pics BTW. :smile:
It takes all the Nikon Lenses. It is way too slow for flying birds. only 2fps shooting raw but for portrait work it is really worth the money..
 
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I assume that it takes most or all Nikon lenses?
Eric, please tell me it does? From what I here is does, about the only thing the bugs me is that it won't take the D200 batteries. But I think I heard that it will take the same battery grip. So I can get the grip and not have to replace all my batteries.
 

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