The Ricoh GR III has an ISO range from 100 to 102400, which is a significant upgrade over its predecessor, the GR II. Here are some high-resolution practical examples of how that translates in real-world shooting, with side-by-side examples at different ISOs so you can get a sense of image quality at different ISOs.
Wondering how the Ricoh GR III performs in low light? After all, it’s a camera that’s wonderfully suited to the unpredictable lighting of street and travel photography.
It has a very high maximum ISO of 102400. But how useful are those high ISOs really?
Here’s a selection of photos taken at high ISOs with the Ricoh GR III to give a sense of how it performs under real-world shooting conditions.
The Sony RX0 is a tiny but surprisingly powerful camera. It’s an unconventional choice as a travel camera, and it’s not without its issues.
But it also has a lot going for it, including decent low-light performance. Here’s what I’ve found when shooting photos with it in the ISO 3200 to ISO 12800 range.
Whether you’re trying to make it for magic hour, line up the sun or moon with a landmark, or just want to make sure your subject is shown in the best natural light, smartphone apps that calculate the location of the sun and moon for any location on earth for any date and time can come in very handy.