assistance with comparison of Nikon d5100 and Sony a65

Started Aug 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
TrojMacReady
TrojMacReady Veteran Member • Posts: 8,724
Re: This is false.

baloo_buc wrote:

It seems that the difference of 1/6 stops is very important for you.

I stick to the facts: between 0.3 and 0.5 EV in practise (where it matters), not 0.7 EV. The ISO numbers you quoted were off too and didn't even represent the difference you quoted. Not sure how you calculated them.

So I agree that Sony is the only camera in the world that losses more than 0.5 stops and less than 0.67 stops. The other cameras just lose 0 stops.

Wrong again, see above. And besides that, every camera sensor loses light due to the different filters in front (especially different CFA's).

You also might want to reword the above in "currently sold" to begin with, because a bunch of Canon cameras qualify for beamsplitting as well.

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