Serious doubts on the D7100 at high ISO

Started Mar 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
mosswings
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Re: Serious doubts on the D7100 at high ISO
In reply to john Clinch, Mar 26, 2013

john Clinch wrote:

six34sigma wrote:

Don't have any photos to post, they are at home but at ISO 1600 with a properly exposed image my pictures are quite usable and in fact the portraits I took are outstanding. With my D90 800 ISO is about max. My perception and limited to the 60 photo's I have taken so far is that I have at least a one stop advantage over a D90 .... perhaps 2.

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Sanjay

assuming the same sensor as the D5200 run through the same RAW converter at iso 1600 thats not true. It will be under a stop.

The character of the D5200/D7100 noise is a bit different at those ISOs, though...not as much chroma speckling.  The D5200 image can be perceived as a bit cleaner, even though it doesn't measure out as such. Six34sigma did qualify his statement as such.

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