>There is certainly the other side that will want more MP's. I >was just speaking for myself on that. As far as the D800 >edging out the D4 on iso performance we'll just have to >disagree on that one. Doing real caparisons with both cameras >in hand I'd say the D4 holds up better in the blacks and has >significantly less noise than the D800. I'D put the D4 ahead >by about two stops.
Is the D4 better than the D3s in this regard? Because I shoot the D3s and my D800 back to back at ISO 3200 or ISO 6400 every week covering ACC volleyball.