D7500 iso noise

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Shunda777 Junior Member • Posts: 42
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toomanycanons wrote:

I personally will never do astrophotography and I doubt the vast majority of photogs would either.

Seriously?

So grading a camera's performance strictly by how it would do shooting the stars in pitch black conditions to me just isn't a fair test.

How about shooting flowers where iso 250 produces unacceptable noise on a D5100?. Everything I have said is related to the OP and his question about fx or dx, I really am somewhat perplexed as to what I have done wrong here. For his purpose, a used D610 and a Tokina 100mm 2.8 macro could be purchased for less than the cost of a D7500. Am I wrong to suggest this as a possible low noise solution?

I shoot real world locations, typically in daytime, maybe early morning or early sunset, ya know, real world stuff.

As far as I know, stars, the milky way and Aurora Australis/borealis are as "real world" as anything else.

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