Tue 13-Aug-13 02:35 AM | edited Tue 13-Aug-13 03:04 AM by mklass
>More likely you just aren't as picky as I am. > Undoubtedly not. And the OP may not be worried about selling wall-size prints, either.
>>When I get back to my computer, I'' post some recent >shots. > >If you like, but they won't change my mind. I doubt ISO 800 >on your D7100 looks anything like as good as ISO 800 on my D3s >or D800. And I don't bother shooting above ISO 800 on the >D800.
I would never think I could change your mind, but others might like to seem them and draw their own conclusions.
The high ISO capabilities of the current crop of cameras a certainly better than the old one. Many wedding shooters regularly shoot at ISO 800 and seem to have no trouble selling large prints. However, to expect the $1100 camera to compare to the $5000 camera would be absurd.