650D sensor 44% worse in low light than nikon d5200 (DxO)

Started Jan 20, 2013 | Discussions thread
WilbaW
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Re: 650D is also sharper than its predecessors
In reply to 10s, Feb 27, 2013

10s wrote:

Wilba, I fully agree to your comments. But I do not understand your reaction in this context. MAC asked for info on the AA filter. I tried do find evidence in the studio samples and I do see a difference. The gearhead in me wants to know how the darn thing works internally. And of course it often makes no significant difference. But I do like the sharp ones I get from my T4i at ISO 100 with low noise in blue skies

Um, my reaction is that none of those "often makes no significant difference" differences matter to photographers like you and me, that they aren't worth worrying about. I don't get what you don't understand. 

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