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    Or at least, is it a low-light kitten?



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    I don't care which camera you shoot at those uber high iso's The IQ, DR and color just aren't there when there is no light. About all you can say is you got an image.
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    I'll go rogue. I think Kasey's lighthearted jabbing humor is a welcome addition to the YouTube camera-sphere. I laugh and cry at least once simultaneously each video he makes. Some solid pokes on relevant gripes. Certainly a nice change of pace from the horde of alarmingly similar content out there. A very original dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Rasberry View Post
    I don't care which camera you shoot at those uber high iso's The IQ, DR and color just aren't there when there is no light. About all you can say is you got an image.
    If you're going for that security cam look, it's the cat's meow.
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