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RRRoger

Monterey Bay, US
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"RE: Your ideal D800?"

RRRoger Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his long history of demonstrated excellence and helping other members with equipment, technique and DSLR video in the true Nikonians spirit. Charter Member
Fri 02-Mar-12 03:29 PM

>Thanks for the reply Roger, but I wasn't saying that my ideas
>needed a critique.Quote<<
>
RRR>I did not mean to critique, only answer your questions about what I want to see.
>
Quote>CMJ- I'm not talking about Mirror up mode, I'm talking about
>mirror gone mode! I believe Sony has the translucent mirror
>that doesn't move and it shoots 12FPS because there is no time
>taken up to get the mirror out of the way. Plus mirror up mode
>doesn't allow you to look through the view finder. No mirror
>means less vibration and noise. I got to try the Sony a few
>months ago and it is weird not feeling the slap or hearing the
>extra noise from the mirror.>>
>
RRR>I've tried the Sony mirror-less cameras also.
My problem with the translucent mirror is that it only lets (something like) two-thirds of the light thru.
Thus crippling performance potential such as High ISO.
If the D400 uses that same (but Nikon designed) 24MP DX Sensor, we will see what Sony gave up to go mirror-less.

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