The Amazing D200.

Started Jun 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
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rkumar Regular Member • Posts: 480
Re: It's all about nuances, just like the emporer's new clothes

Trevor G wrote:

marcio_napoli wrote:

Hi Trevor,

Well, if you want, I can post a D700 vs Leaf Aptus 5 comparison.

I don't believe you just said that, as if it could ever be a valid comparison.

You can only test something like this with the same lenses on similar bodies - say D200 and D300, although a D7000 might do at a pinch.

If evaluating one technology against another, you have to just change one thing (the technology) at a time. You can't change lenses and brands as well!

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Trevor G
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If someone posts a comparison with the same lens/scene, then the next question will be about post-processing; whether the highlights and shadows (and the look of the image) can't be matched with enough adjustments in Lightroom etc. What the folks here are saying is that they have used both the D200 and CMOS based DSLRs and many prefer the look of the D200 output in good light. BTW, if you insist on a 'scientific' comparison, the D200 has a higher score for color accuracy, compared to most other CMOS sensor bodies (as measured by DXO labs).

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