Has anyone changed from d7000 to d600, thoughts ?

Started Jan 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
Steve Bingham
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Re: Has anyone changed from d7000 to d600, thoughts ?
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tundracamper wrote:

Steve Bingham wrote:

However, here are a few serious benefits to FX:

1- FX produces images with less noise - which should not be an issue with your size prints.

2- FX can reach into higher ISOs without noticable noise. This might be a plus for you.

Those generalizations are not specific to the size of the sensor (DX vs. FX). They are specific to the size of the pixel and the generation of the technology. Given the same technology, a larger pixel will have less noise and be better at higher ISOs. While your observations my be true for "benefits to getting a newer camera," they are really not benefits of FX. There are certainly newer DX cameras that have lower noise than some of the older FX cameras.

His question was very specific - D7000 vs D600. So I answered it.

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