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Old 21st February 2019
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High ISO bird pics

Who says you can't get detail at high ISO on m4/3? OK, took quite a bit of PP but with a bit of care I was able to get this. Clearly not the best bird photos you'll ever see, but thought they were OK for 6400 ISO (best viewed on flickr)



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Re: High ISO bird pics

Excellent images with nice low noise backgrounds for such a high iso.
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Re: High ISO bird pics

As good as you gonna get.....
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Re: High ISO bird pics

Very nice!
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Re: High ISO bird pics

Well managed processing.
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