D7500 iso noise

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Bender79ita
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Re: With example
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Shunda777 wrote:

I own a D7500 and a D610, the D610 is a full stop better for noise all the way up the iso range. It has better color rendition, tone and more malleable RAW files.
The D7500 is one of my most favorite cameras ever, but it can not match the D610 on any image quality metric.
For someone that wants the best image performance (as the OP mentioned), he could buy a D 610, a Tokina 100mm macro and still have money left in the bank compared to the cost of a new D7500 body.
This is a more recent development, you can now get an FX body that still matches the latest sensors for the cost of a mid range zoom (or a new D5xxx body) as people offload their D600/610's.

There's a little more to it... like in low light, when the D610 won't even focus, while the D7500 will focus in pitch black... or serious action, where the DX body has basicly unlimited buffer and super fast tracking and fps.

We want to compare image quality from an action camera to a "portrait" camera ok, but real world is more then just about the sensor.

It's the same thing as the recurring question "a6400 vs A7II", if you want just a sensor buy FF, if you want a complete camera buy APS-C (on equal budget of course, otherwise just buy a D850 or A7RIV).

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