Sat 05-Mar-11 05:21 AM | edited Sat 05-Mar-11 05:23 AM by Len Shepherd
>OK, the 700 does a bit better at high ISO and that is your lot as far as 'better' is concerned! In reality - that is "about your lot" Better for what? It can be better for fast aperture wide angle work, and it is better when you want minimum depth of field. It is not better when you want the faster shutter speed for specific depth of field, the best corner quality from many FX lenses when used wide open, maximum depth of field, maximum working distant, maximum screen coverage for AF or the highest current Nikon resolution at the price point
Photography is a bit like archery. A technically better camera, lens or arrow may not hit the target as often as it could if the photographer or archer does not practice enough.