a700 vs d5000 for low light weddings ?

Started Jul 6, 2011 | Discussions thread
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Re: a700 vs d5000 for low light weddings ?

Alphoid wrote:

d5000 will have significantly lower noise at high ISO than a700 (0.6 f-stop advantage). It is a more modern sensor. Something like an a580 will give an additional 0.4 f-stop advantage over the d5000, but you lose the second control knob, which is a showstopper for many people.

D5000 does not have a second control knob while A700 does.

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