α6000 & α7R ISO100-6400 JPG+RAW

Started Mar 24, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: ISO6400 X-T1 vs a6000
In reply to nandbytes, Mar 25, 2014

nandbytes wrote:

123Mike wrote:

Robert Garcia NYC wrote:

123Mike wrote:

X-T1... cooked raw?

X-T1 softness' at high ISO could be proving that. Also shows up in the DPR comparisons.

That file is "souther fried cooked". NR is just on and no way of turning it off at all. I wish they would change that.

Indeed! I'd never buy an overpriced constricted limited cheat like Fuji that's for damn well sure ! I mean, who are they trying to fool?

People with more money than brains I think. I can get a used A99 (in fact I did lol) for price of a XT1. I could get a nikon D610 now actually with new offers for the same price. Or if I want compactness an A7. Also not to mention you can use a wide range of lenses on A7.

To say that Fujifilm has zero merits is not only a little bias, but also a little ignorant. But this is a Sony forum, so I definitely won't be preaching the merits of Fuji over other brands here. But Sony a6000/a7R are indeed a killer combo. You can't really go wrong with any brand these days.

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