Low light work from Robin Wong using EM1 iii

ac12

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I just took a look at some night high school lacrosse pics, at ISO 6400, on my mk2. Same sensor as the mk3.
They look pretty good.
I think the parents will be pleased.

Maybe next week I will try it up at 12800, just to see what it will do up there.
 

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Since I've switched to E-M5III I have had no issues with shooting with ISO6400. Far better than I had hoped for. With my old E-M5 I hesitated to use ISO3200.
 

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I was shooting baseball today.
As soon as the sun dropped below the hilltop, we were in shade and the light level dropped.
And with the slow 75-300, ouch. I ended up shooting at ISO 6400, in order to keep my shutter speed up at 1/1000, with the lens wide open.
 

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I was shooting baseball today.
As soon as the sun dropped below the hilltop, we were in shade and the light level dropped.
And with the slow 75-300, ouch. I ended up shooting at ISO 6400, in order to keep my shutter speed up at 1/1000, with the lens wide open.
Were you satisfied with the results or did you end up deleting all the pics and crying yourself to sleep?
 

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