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briantilley

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"RE: D600 and High ISO"

briantilley Gold Member Deep knowledge of bodies and lens; high level photography skills Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003
Tue 25-Sep-12 02:06 PM

No, that's not what the DxO numbers say. Their figures for "Sport" (i.e. low-light high-ISO performance) are as follows:

D3s - 3253
D600 - 2980
D800E - 2979
D4 - 2965
D800 - 2853
D700 - 2303
5DIII - 2293

The D3s is still some way ahead by their measurements, and whilst the D600 is above the D800E and D4 it's so close that we'd probably struggle to see the difference in real-world usage (and the D800 is only just behind them). All those are a step above the rest.

Brian
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