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    Colonie VS Saratoga Springs

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    Nice work Ken... I especially like that last one. Colors look great. You might want to make them a wee bit bigger for posting... just easier to see a little more detail.

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    Definately good job Ken...you said you were using an onboard flash... some of the pictures dont allude to that... can you explain some of the setting you used?
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    On board flash? Ken, were you out there running alongside the players? lol Great job!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgnoi1
    Definately good job Ken...you said you were using an onboard flash... some of the pictures dont allude to that... can you explain some of the setting you used?
    I was using the sb600 on TTLBL-0.7ev, ISO 1600, F2.8. Thanks for the compliments, these were my best night pics.
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    man, i really need to go buy that lens, wish it wasnt so damn expensive. ive never seen a bad photo with it, even works great at 1600 on the d50. good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2low
    man, i really need to go buy that lens, wish it wasnt so damn expensive. ive never seen a bad photo with it, even works great at 1600 on the d50. good job.
    The D50 I think is Nikon's best camera with noise control. ISO1600 on the D50, is ISO640 OR LESS on the D200. I just wish the D50 had ISO3200 or the other HI settings that are on the D200.

    I hate the D200, it sucks at focusing, it's slow to pick up on focus...it's just...bad. I wouldn't trade my D50 for anything less than a D3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_Allen
    I hate the D200, it sucks at focusing, it's slow to pick up on focus...it's just...bad. I wouldn't trade my D50 for anything less than a D3.
    Its ok to personally dislike the D200...but Trish (as well as myself since I have used her Nikons to include D70, D100, N80, F100, and D200) may argue with you that her camera wont focus properly... even on sports... which she has been shooting for about 10+ years...
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    The noise looks well under control in these pictures, but I might have to agree with Ross that the D200 has a pretty good reputation for its AF engine... I think its similar or same as the D2 series, right? The D2H autofocuses better than the Canon 1D series, from my experience, so maybe Ken just had a bad D200 that he was using... or a settings problem because there are a ton of AF settings on those Nikon bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by convergent
    The noise looks well under control in these pictures, but I might have to agree with Ross that the D200 has a pretty good reputation for its AF engine... I think its similar or same as the D2 series, right? The D2H autofocuses better than the Canon 1D series, from my experience, so maybe Ken just had a bad D200 that he was using... or a settings problem because there are a ton of AF settings on those Nikon bodies.
    Sure, but my D50 is TACK ON every single time. I bet I got 2 out of focus shots last night.
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