Yes, I did mean 800!  I am essentially comparing performance with
the ist-D,  the smoothness of the K5 at 800 is impressive, and I
don't want to push the ISO too high unnecessarily, being really happy
with the results I'm currently getting.  No doubt the shot will come
along where I will find higher ISO capability really needed, and will
use it then.  I tried a shot at 12800 at home, and it was noisy -
perhaps I need to have the time to experiment more, but on a trip of
a lifetime like this I ain't taking no chances!
John in NY

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 jco...@iinet.net.au wrote:
 > Being very obedient souls, Jan and I tried a New York pizza last
 > night, at a place named Gruppo's in East Village - thin, crisp
crust,
 > limited amount of toppings, and very tasty - freshly prepared, of
 > course, in the oven we could check out from our seat.Yes, Larry -
I've
 > noticed already being able to shoot at even 800ISO and get good
clear
 > shots at 1/10 - 1/3. Not had to push yet beyond that, but will be
 > looking to try it out.
 > John in NY

 Did you mean 800 or 8000? At 800 you'd be hard pressed to tell the 
 difference from 100.

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