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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 4:13 am 
I do NOT see what all the negative hype is about as far high iso shooting is concerned. I printed out quite a few 8x10 shots of 1600 iso from the E-520 and 3200 iso from the E-3. The colorful noise that I see from the image on my monitor did NOT appear on any of these 8x10 shots, they are all clear and have a very slight film grain look to them. I got them printed via Flickr with a matte finish, they are fairly accurate in terms of brightness.

With that said, I urge you all not to be afraid to use your high iso settings on your cameras. Just learn what you can about exposure, have fun learning and, most importantly of all, go out there & take photos!

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