Point taken but it also doesn't take too much 'detective work' from anyone who has exposed even
a few film/digital captures in their lives to know that shooting in the shade, as Coles example clearly was, at 100iso will never yield an exposure combination of 1/125 sec and f 13.
I do not understand why you are so aggressive, did I do anything to you ?
My line of thought is simple.
125/f13 at ISO 1600 will be about lv10. For me it looks like a bright sunny day as I do know them from the Mediterian. More like lv14-15.
So let's deduct a stop or two or 3 for the shade.
So it seems natural to ask for the parameters, especially for judging noise which depends heavily on the scene and exposure parameters.
I haven't attacked anyone, I haven't blamed anyone, I have asked and have been given an answer and I'm thankful.
And now that I've got an answer I will go and buy my first camera.
Any suggestions, I mainly take pictures of my kids and school sport.
I thought about a Canon 1dIII first, but it has so many confusing dials. And now I lean to one of these real sports cameras which can capture more than 20 frames a second and the best is, they are not only faster but are even cheaper than the canon and have less buttons
I hope you don't mind if I turn to you for help in case I need some ?