Another D300 vs D7000 post !

Started Jun 13, 2011 | Discussions thread
DavidCZ Junior Member • Posts: 27
Re: Another D300 vs D7000 post !

I will find out the focus ability of D7000 soon. Noise reduction is not enough for ISO 1600. I use Noise Ninja and still see noisy spots in certain places after the noise reduction. Correcting dozens of such photos one by one is very tedious. I am a perfectionist and I hate to see the low quality of photos.

As a user of both D700 and D300, D300 can not match D700's ISO 1600 at all. D7000's high ISO performance will be close to D700 and it will help a lot. As to the body, I just have to live with it.

rpps wrote:

Well I must have been the only one that experienced bad focus and soft photos with the 2 D7000's I once owned, to me all the extra resolution of the D7000 means nothing or the higher ISO's if a camera can't produce a sharp nicely focused shot.
As far as higher ISO Topaz denoise does a fantastic job in PS

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