Instead, it's just a quick shot at Ned Kelly's, Hong Kong's Australian pub. The pub is an institution that I've never visited in my 25 years here... but on Saturday night, after dinner with friends, it was still too early to go home and we decided to pop in.
From the outside, it looked like a deserted building, but inside inside it was packed and hopping.
A six-piece band (one man is behind the curtain) was about 12 feet away (Ned's is a pretty tiny place) and at the moment you see here, I took my first ISO800 shot with the DP2 just to see what it would look like.
Frankly, I was pretty impressed, especially since I bought the camera for its DOF abilities more than any low-light performance. I did minimal post-processing (Auto-Contrast, which didn't change much of anything, and slight Curves) -- and no noise reduction.
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This is just a for-what-it's-worth shot for anyone wondering about the low-light, high-ISO capabilities of the camera.
Sigma DP2, ISO800, f/2.8, 1/30.