Unbiased noise test.

Started Feb 28, 2009 | Discussions thread
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Re: simple...

To my eyes actually 5DII has an edge for lower ISOs as well, look at the right edge of ISO 800 crop for example. Also when I convert D3X files using NX2 the grain pattern is coarse and intrusive, while 5DII grain pattern is very tight and it doesn't show up in prints or when you resize it.

The point here is that Nikon is charging about price(D3x)-price(D3)=~$4000 for D3X sensor only, while Canon is giving you a better sensor plus a 5DII body and goodies like full HD video for $2700, they deserve credit for this.

maluminas wrote:

I agree but only for ISOs over 800. Under 800 the D3x actually has
the edge by a very small margin, DxO found the same thing also.

The 5D2 doesnt have a "one stop advantage" as some people claim...
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