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    please comment on fuji s5 performance at iso1600 and higher



    whenever i backup for weddings, the main photog lends me a d700. this cam lets me shoot cleanly at iso2000. i've been looking at sample photos from the fuji s5 at 1600-2000 and its not that bad. of course, since its a fuji, it'll be dreadfully slow.

    have you ever used the s5 at iso 1600 and/or higher? please show sample pics and comment on the noise. apart from flickr, here's the only site where i was able to get sample shots at the mentioned iso range.
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    Re: please comment on fuji s5 performance at iso1600 and higher

    Are you considering a full frame camera? I don't have the S3 but the D700 at ISO 2000 is pretty darn clean to me. The S5 pro is a little dated now so it will be a little difficult to get some sample images. Try dpreview.

    http://www.dpreview.com/products/fujifilm/slrs/fuji_s5
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    Re: please comment on fuji s5 performance at iso1600 and higher



    the d700's price is way out of reach glenn, so would be the d7000. i saw some sample pics from the s5 and they are pretty clean but of course nowhere as clean as the nikon bodies mentioned. im just curious since there's a store selling one for a pretty low price, the body ins't that high on actuations. im thinking if its worth getting if for higher and better iso performance since im coming from a d200.
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