Why is D90 betten then D300s at DxOMark Sensor test?

Started Jan 4, 2010 | Discussions thread
bobn2 Forum Pro • Posts: 55,673
Re: Of course case closed...

olyflyer wrote:

OttoJg14 wrote:

jfk wrote:

Read the DP review here on the D90. May answer your question

Read the DP Review here on the D300. May answer your question

.There is price, but sometimes the best products demand a premium and the D300 is no exception. Nikon's biggest problem now will be bettering the D300; it raises the bar to a new high, and represents the state of the art despite strong competition from the likes of Canon, Sony and Olympus. There's simply no better semi-professional digital SLR on the market.


Case closed? From my own pic taking...case closed [own both D90,D300/D300s amd D3x.

...you answered to a 2.5 year old post... so of course the case is closed.

And we have the evidence to close the case. The D300 and D300s used the Sony IMX021 sensor, the D90 and D5000 the improved Sony IMX038 sensor. Why the D300s didn't get the improved sensor, I don't know. Maybe it didn't have a fast enough readout.

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