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jpFoto Registered since 25th Jun 2010
Mon 20-Aug-12 02:20 AM | edited Mon 20-Aug-12 02:28 AM by jpFoto

If you think that your D3200 is less than a state of the art camera, think again. Since I have been debating whether or not to bring my D3s with me on an upcoming trip as opposed to taking just my D3200, I took them both to a car show today and took the same shots with both. I'm hard pressed to see much of a difference. Here they are.

All of the EXIF data should be there.

All of the photos taken with the D3S were taken with the Nikkor 14-24 and all of the photos taken with the D3200 were taken with the Nikkor 10-24.


D3S at 1/400 f/4.5 ISO 200

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D3200 at 1/160 f/4/5 ISO 100
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D3s at 1/320 f/5.6 ISO 200
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D3200 at 1/200 f/5.6 ISO 100
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D3200 at 1/125 f/5.6 ISO 200
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D3s at 1/160 f/5.6 ISO 360
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D3200 at 1/125 f/5.6 ISO 200
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You can't tell alot from these, so I am going to do some huge crops from these files to see if we can tell the difference.

jP

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