Which Compact is best For Low Light?

Started Jan 14, 2014 | Discussions thread
DigiPainter Forum Member • Posts: 87
Re: Which Compact is best For Low Light?

peevee1 wrote:

Most mirrorless cameras have exactly the same sensors as DSLRs. For example, Sony NEX-5N released 2.5 years ago had exactly the same sensor as D5100 you've mentioned.

i dont quite see your point, we all know nex uses apsc. that doesnt equate to IQ.

back on track, if you REALLY need super zoom and you can compromise IQ at LARGER prints or normal prints at low light, then the fz200 kind of cameras (rx10 if u loaded) will do the job.

where do you really plan to shoot? if its not in a busy street i cant see how a aspc dslr like d5100 (or any prosumer u choose) can be much more of a hastle than mirrorless.

this isnt rocket science, each camera has its place, rx100 great IQ PnS with a small zoom, mirrorless a great compromise in every single facet, DSLR great IQ in low light and huge range of lenses.

i think the best answer for OP is to stop dreaming.

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