The best camera on the market right now is the Nikon D700 and the models above that. You will barely need to use a tripod again the low light performance is outstanding.
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Yani said:The best camera on the market right now is the Nikon D700 and the models above that. You will barely need to use a tripod again the low light performance is outstanding.
Also check www.kenrockwell.com for everything Nikon. I have a D50 and I love it. If you care, add a 50mm 1.8f lens, but the kit lenses at 18-55 are great.
It's not the highest ISO that matters but the highest ISO where quality is reasonably maintained.
But I'm just stirring you up, I know you have too many lenses to change.
I'll be very surprised if Sony don't end up with the best product within a few years. They aren't far off and have only just started.
DxOMark gives the above a great rap too.
hey, this is a fun conversation for me too! These Canon Vs Nikon battles have gone on for decades and it is a lot of fun....rather like Collingwood fans Vs St Kilda fans.
Hey, you did touch on a good point though...and it is the point I was trying to illustrate. Sadly, none of the camera manufacturers have got it right yet with low light shooting without noise. Here is another ISO6400 sample off the D700. It is sort of like the best of the previous generation cameras shooting at 3200, but that is pretty ordinary really. This particular shot is a real world shot, a typical situation where one might want a shot without grabbing out the tripod and lighting. Be sure to view it at 100%.
Everything is relative to the day of the discussion. What is true today won't be true in 6 months. There will be 55mp 35mm sensors within a year, the prototypes have been about for a while.
Great photos have always had more to do with factors external to the camera. And there are many.
Yani said:Great photos have always had more to do with factors external to the camera. And there are many.
First being the photographer.
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