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Real-world flash photo comparison

The final real-world comparison shot was taken with each camera's built-in flash in low light. To keep things as fair as possible, we fixed the ISO at 400 for both cameras. Both the PowerShot G15 and Coolpix P7700 had all of the their anti-redeye features turned on.

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Total comments: 3
Karroly
By Karroly (11 months ago)

The BSI-CMOS sensor of the P7700 should feature a better signal/noise ratio over the "conventional" CMOS sensor of the G15 that we cannot notice in this comparison obviously. Is the advantage of BSI-CMOS sensor just marketing BS ? However it looks that it shows its superiority with purple fringing : the shorter distance between the micro-lenses and the photosites increases the tolerance to rays that do not hit the sensor perpendicularly. Unless it is the Nikon lens design that helps ?

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Spectro
By Spectro (11 months ago)

I can think of 5-8 cameras I would buy over these 2. Never seen anybody young with these, not a good valve.

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Karroly
By Karroly (11 months ago)

For sure, if young people (like you ?) mistake such a camera for a "valve" then I understand we cannot see them use it to take pictures...
So the question : Are young people skilled and trained in photography enough to evaluate a camera ?

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