Nikon D90Nikkor 18-55 DXNikkor 70-300 VRNikkor 50 f/1.8Nikkor 35 f/2Tamron 28-75 f/2.8Nikon SB600
I don't believe this report. Is my 36MP D800 better at low-light ISO than the the 22MP Canon? The only thing I don't like about my D800 is low-light ISO (compared to the competition) and they say...
I don't know how bad this camera is but it doesn't seem like DPReview cared to take some decent pictures with it anyway...
Sony uses the SLT technolgy which means that about 30% of the light isn't used by the sensor so the same sensor should give better results on Nikon (at least in terms of IQ).
Thanks. You are now visiting the "Updated with full ISO range series". When I asked this question the highest ISO was 6400. Thanks you for your help anyway!
Thanks. You are now visiting the "Updated with full ISO range series". When I asked this question the highest ISO was 6400. Thank you for your help anyway!
What about ISO 12800 and 25600?
I don't think the D600 will cost $2700 (while the D800 costs "only" $3000). I guess we'll have to wait one more day to find out.
Yes... but why? :)
A very nice kit lens. Cheap, too!
I wonder who designed their website!