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Old 29-04-2018, 05:43 PM

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Hello Alex,

I would also say that around ISO 400 (maybe 200 to 800) is a good choice and a reasonable compromise between noise and exposure time. See the ISO series assembled below from the DPreview studio test scene set to LOW LIGHT (very challenging compared with the DAYLIGHT illumination setting) for the Nikon D5500 below from ISO100 to 12800. Much of that chroma noise at the higher ISO should be able to be removed if dithering. Bear in mind the image shown is a tiny crop from the test image. Hopefully image is not degraded too much as a result of upload/JPEG

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