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    D300 at ISO 3200

    Just walking around the neighborhood testing the 300mm AF-S f/4 that just arrived. It was around 7pm, so it was getting dark. These are all at ISO 3200, f/4, vivid (except the shingled house), high ISO NR on (default), and handheld. Maybe these aren't the best kinds of test photos, but I'm pleased, to say the least.

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    Re: D300 at ISO 3200

    Looking good . That is what i don't have turned on is NR
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    Re: D300 at ISO 3200

    Guy,

    I normally leave that off. It can cause the files to loose detail and smear some. I prefer to use the noise reduction in Capture NX or Noise Ninja in CS3.

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    Ray

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    Re: D300 at ISO 3200

    Quote Originally Posted by harmsr View Post
    Guy,

    I normally leave that off. It can cause the files to loose detail and smear some. I prefer to use the noise reduction in Capture NX or Noise Ninja in CS3.

    Best,

    Ray
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    Re: D300 at ISO 3200

    In-camera High ISO NR was set to normal, the middle of three choices. It doesn't look like that can be reversed in Capture NX. Capture NX automatically applies its own NR per the base adjustment defaults. Here's a 100% crop of the Audi pic, first as originally posted and second one with Capture NX NR turned off:




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