D7500 iso noise

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FingerPainter Veteran Member • Posts: 9,594
Re: D7500 iso noise

romfordbluenose wrote:

The D7500 is far better than the D5100 when it comes to ISO noise performance.

Well, it is if you consider 2/3 of a stop "far better".

The D5000 series moved to the next generation of sensors after the D5100 and it was quite a significant improvement.

Then the improvement you get from moving from a D7500 to a D750 must be beyond amazing.

If you are worried about noise and ISO performance then going to full frame will give you a 1 stop improvement over DX on the same generation of sensors.

Which is more than twice the improvement you get from moving to a D5200 from a D5100.

The D5300 onwards will also give you ISO/noise performance improvements over the D5100.

Yes, but the D5300 will not give you as much improvement over the D5100 as the D5200 will. This is mostly because of different ISO calibration on the D5200.

Even the D5600 is worse than the D5200 at nominal ISOs. but about the same at the same saturation.

The D7500/D500 sensor represents the first real improvement in Nikon APS-C noise performance since the D5200. Even then, the D7500  is only about 2/3 of a stop better than the D5100 at the ISO ranges OP is talking about.

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