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When the reviews come in for the 1D4 and if they are stellar, my 1D3 may be for sale... Going from the LCD on my 5D2's and then looking at my 1D3 LCD is just sad.
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Congrats on your purchase Schubie

I would recommend picking up a nice set of rechargeable AA's. A fully charged set of Eneloops did around 200 shots I want to say. I only replaced them once since I've had it.
I'll take it that you didn't use it that often?
    
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Here are some REAL 1D4 high ISO pictures in low light. These are straight out of camera by the way. I think 12,800 is very very good. I feel like a giddy school boy.

http://dpinterface.com/review-galler...eview-gallery/

Regarding the D3s 102,400 pics, those 2 guys are standing in spotlights or something like that, not really low light which is the real test IMO. But still good for how high the ISO is.
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Here are some REAL 1D4 high ISO pictures in low light. These are straight out of camera by the way. I think 12,800 is very very good. I feel like a giddy school boy.

http://dpinterface.com/review-galler...eview-gallery/

Regarding the D3s 102,400 pics, those 2 guys are standing in spotlights or something like that, not really low light which is the real test IMO. But still good for how high the ISO is.
All the pics were taken at pretty open apertures, and correctly exposed... that's what I would call high ISO. Kinda looks like 3200 ISO film if you ask me, I could almost be OK for shooting B&W.
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All the pics were taken at pretty open apertures, and correctly exposed... that's what I would call high ISO. Kinda looks like 3200 ISO film if you ask me, I could almost be OK for shooting B&W.
What I meant was that taking a picture using let's say ISO 12,800 with good quality light on your subject is different than on a subject in a dark environment all around.
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Here are some REAL 1D4 high ISO pictures in low light. These are straight out of camera by the way. I think 12,800 is very very good. I feel like a giddy school boy.

http://dpinterface.com/review-galler...eview-gallery/

Regarding the D3s 102,400 pics, those 2 guys are standing in spotlights or something like that, not really low light which is the real test IMO. But still good for how high the ISO is.
The 100k ISO looks HORRIBLE. Almost like Canon put it in there just to say they have it.

25,600 and 51k look very similar at 100%. 12,800 looks pretty good cropped. 3200 looks really nice at 100%.
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I just saw this for the 1st time a few minutes ago. This may make it into CS5.

http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=540977923979

What a time saver, it's just mindblowing!
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I just saw this for the 1st time a few minutes ago. This may make it into CS5.

http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=540977923979

What a time saver, it's just mindblowing!

EDIT: Nevermind Lol, I saw content-aware and thought it was stretching...
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