Another D300 vs D7000 post !

Started Jun 13, 2011 | Discussions thread
kk123 Regular Member • Posts: 388
Re: Honestly

I missed the part where you ACTUALLY compare the two.

I did not make a direct image to image comparison. But we talk about cropped bird photos, where distance to the subject is the main problem, as it normally is in birding. The difference is in pixel detail and a more sophisticated pixel/sensor construction. (Noise is not an issue in good daylight.) Dpreview: "With noise reduction set to zero you can visibly squeeze some extra detail (compared to the out of camera JPEGs) out of the D7000 files (compared to D300s.))"

You can read the whole Dpreviews test D7000 - to D300 to learn how good the new 16,3 mill. pixel sensor in D7000 is, also as concerns noise, compared to D300.

Please don't underestimate the impressive meaning of these qualities, that's my advice. And for birders who haven't switched, don't defend the D300 more than necessary, you will be surpriced!

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