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Old 29th October 2009
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iso 3200+ from the 30...

the snap decision to grab an E30 kit at silly prices keeps delivering to me - which is always a pleasant surprise in these heavily marketing orientated world (ie every feature and benefit is seemingly flogged to death!)

fog and floodlights don't make for easy sports shooting but despite most shots being about 2/3 stop under at ISO 3200 they are perfectly useable for the purpose taken. the E3 isn't (even close).

with a bit of work I am sure this would look even better (blacken the black for a start)

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Re: iso 3200+ from the 30...

Good one! And the E-P1 is a stop improved on that too.

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Re: iso 3200+ from the 30...

"the snap decision to grab an E30 kit at silly prices keeps delivering to me - which is always a pleasant surprise in these heavily marketing orientated world (ie every feature and benefit is seemingly flogged to death!)

fog and floodlights don't make for easy sports shooting but despite most shots being about 2/3 stop under at ISO 3200 they are perfectly useable for the purpose taken. the E3 isn't (even close).

with a bit of work I am sure this would look even better (blacken the black for a start)"................

Pic looks O.K.
Can't say the same for the text.........lost my double dutch/english translater.

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Re: iso 3200+ from the 30...

That looks pretty impressive. I've long been of the view that most floodlights would be better described as dribblecrepusculars so getting any results at all is a bonus.

How do they look close-up? Much noise? Plenty of detail resolved?

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