In my initial review of the Sony SLT-A99 I mentioned that I'd be writing a follow-up post about its dynamic range and high ISO performance. In the meanwhile, here's a shot that was taken a couple of hours after my previous entry. And no, that's not a typo, it was shot at ISO 10,000. The original is noisy, made worse by the fact that I added a strong S-Curve, and I did run some noise reduction (but not much). The key thing though is that the shot is definitely usable.

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flash
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6.24pm on 2/11/12
Sony SLT-A99
Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 Carl Zeiss T*
24mm
f/4
1/60
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
10,000
no
RAW
Camera Raw
CS6
Dfine 2.0
minor transformation
N2457.300'
E5542.843'
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