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    (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    Some of you can probably guess who this is. This is a high ISO shot converted in-camera so it's effectively also an out of camera JPEG. I was surprised how well it did. A bit warm but that's what I wanted. The K-5 in-camera RAW converter is just so flexible. You can up/down the ISO by 2 stops (or is it half up to +/- 1), film simulation, white balance, convert to a lossless TIFF even (Olympus was first with RAW->TIFF I think and had that a while back but they dropped it).

    What I like the most is you can select/batch convert, not have to set one by one and convert.

    A nice 1.7 megapixies image. K-5 fears no low light. DA70 Limited.

    As a portrait, I think it's a bit too tight and I needed to step back more.



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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    And another (this last one I just tweaked a notch up in Mac OS / X preview before uploading for not wanting to go back to the K-5 with the memcard and raise the ISO 1/2 a stop up).



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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    This must be Ms Terri Banet and her new G3.

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    This must be Ms Terri Banet and her new G3.

    Woody
    Ding, ding, ding, ding.....Woody get the prize for the correct answer. My shot of Ricardo even at f0.95 isn't quite as good.

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    It is you? I thought you looked like all black and white....

    ;-)

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Ding, ding, ding, ding.....Woody get the prize for the correct answer. My shot of Ricardo even at f0.95 isn't quite as good.
    Let's see it then!

    Just this guy you know

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    I saw some of those shots and I like them too :-)

    - Ricardo

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    wow, the in-camera processing looks cleaner to my eyes... very impressive!

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    Both are in-camera processed. The last one I just tweaked the JPEG up in exposure after converted it in-camera. Probably having done that in-camera would have been a hair cleaner. But yeah, I was pretty surprised too.

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    Here are a couple of shots from the other direction....I need a lot of lens firepower to keep up .

    I was at f0.95 and ISO 3200 with a decent amount of +EV comp. These were jpegs at standard no RAW support yet.





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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    I think what's cool is that my shot highlights just how small the G3 is, while your shots highlight how small the K-5 is. :-)

    - Ricardo

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    Re: (K-5) ISO 25600 portrait….

    Agree Ricardo. Gave me some context for the K-5.

    Diane

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