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This thing keeps amazing me

Discussion in 'Nikon DX DSLR Forum' started by pbenedic, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. pbenedic


    Mar 9, 2005
    One thing I love about this camera, is that you can flip the ISO setting to whatever is necessary WITH RELATIVE IMPUNITY. This is an extreme crop of the inside of a flower at ISO 800. One pass through NN, full auto. The resolution is still there, and no noise. I keep goofing around with these tests trying to render shots useless, but I can't.
    D2X 60mm micro ISO 800
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  2. That's neat! I can't afford the d2x, but, fortunately, the 60 micro is amazing, even on a d70 8).

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  3. obelix


    Mar 17, 2005
    Fremont, CA, USA
    You sure, UncleFrank?
  4. Definitely, absolutely, and unequivocally, Anand.

    I'm waiting on the d200, but only if it has a bigger viewfinder, faster AF system, and a 2X crop factor selection to extend
    my range without buying longer reach glass.

    About the only thing that could change my position is if I got a letter from the Art Director at National Geographic offering
    me big bucks as their egret/hummingbird specialist if I upgraded to pro gear. I think hell has a greater chance of
    freezing over :twisted:.
  5. obelix


    Mar 17, 2005
    Fremont, CA, USA
    :) .

    I think the D200 will have a bigger VF (at least as big as D100), faster AF (stronger motor, but CAM 900 me thinks, if CAM 1300 is not killed yet, we might get lucky).

    2x crop - I don't know. I won't be surprised if it had the D2X sensor though.
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