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Studio scene comparison (RAW)

See previous page for RAW conversion notes.

This is our standard studio scene comparison shot taken from exactly the same tripod position. Lighting: daylight simulation, >98% CRI. Crops are 100%. Ambient temperature was approximately 22°C (~72°F). Camera settings as per previous pages.

Canon EOS 400D (RAW) vs. Sony DSLR-A100 (RAW)

Canon EOS 400D (RAW)
Sony DSLR-A100 (RAW)
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Once more, virtually no difference between these two ten megapixel digital SLR's once we remove the image processing variable. RAW conversion using Adobe Camera RAW delivers virtually the same results, certainly in terms of detail and resolution there's no discernable difference.

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reanim888

The Canon 400D remains a very good first dSLR, with a balance of automatic, semi-automatic and manual controls to progress through as your creative photography skills improve.
I think it's very important for every Digital Photo Camera!

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Sam Spark

I think all of the camera makers (Canon, Nikon, Sony, etc.) have been doing the same thing… just making minor, poor, or inconsequential upgrades to their cameras. I think they all got caught blindsided by the smart phone market.

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canonaholic

Was a great little thing

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512A385C4A114355B73DB0DC6598F611

I want to know if kiss digital 400D can be used to shoot videos and movies. Can it also be used to shoot on long hours?

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canonaholic

No! This has no video capability whatsoever!
Doesn't even have live-view!!!

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