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I was thinking the 3 first ones are D90 and 3 second are D2H. Then checked the EXIF data :lol:

Very close though and you would have no problems printing any of them

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They look great... I guess I,ll keep my 2 year old... thanx I just saved 3000$


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I had to cheat to get the correct one, but the d90 is slightly sharper due to the lens used.


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Thanks guys. Happy to have possibly saved you some money. I did use some pretty fast glass though (F/1.4 ranging to F/2.8).

@Eagle: I swapped lenses a couple of times, actually. Any unsharpness is probably either motion blur (1/80th), or sloppy AF from my side (artists moving in and out of the plane of focus, very little room for error).

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Nice shots Marijn! I love exploring the limits of my camera too, once shot at ISO 5000, f/1.4 and 1/20th. It is tack sharp? No. Did I like it? Yep! And that's what most of photography is about: having fun shooting, and getting results that you yourself are happy about.

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Indeed Bjorn, but I was very amazed that, in fact, the shots still looked sharp!

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would you say the photos looked better thn you that night?
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Great shots. I tried to get some at a gig last month but the conditions were beyone my system's (and my) abilities. Made for some nice abstracts though :wink:

How about some (unphotoshopped) shots from the after-show party?!

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Haha Lowliferider, I think you can say that!
I have some pictures of people launching plastic cups out of the cleaning system, that was fun, but I mostly kept my camera tucked away safely in the bag :lol:

What were the limits exactly, Kimchi? I was generally shooting at 1/80th, ISO 1600, and F/1.8 (or 1.4).

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