Dim indoor lighting. Auto WB, 1/80 @F2 *ISO6400*
My new Nikon D7200 came in today. Actually my *second* D7200 unit. I had sent one back earlier this week as the Nikon docs were not included and the shutter count was too high for my liking, 1752 is a bit on the high side for an Amazon warehouse deal. So #2 came in and guess what, it had *zero* shutter actuations on it… Yes, you read that right, ZERO. What gives ? Someone ordered this sophisticated camera, took the time to apply (albeit very sloppily) a film on the rear screen, filled out the serial N° on the back of the user’s manual (those come without a warranty card it seems) and… put it right back in the box an returned it without firing a single shot ? I’ll be damned….
TTL flash. I usually ALWAYS shoot manual flash, but when auto is that good, why bother (ISO400). The first capture shows my new, ROOMY Lowepro bag. It won’t go anywhere unnoticed, but I think ISO6400 in bad light is just unreal ? What do YOU think ?