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Oct 26, 2016 08:28 as a reply to  @ post 18166919 |  #46

This conversation is like I say, "My car has better mileage because it will go a greater distance on a gallon of gas," and you saying, "My car has better mileage because it will go for more time on a gallon of gas." We are talking about the same thing, just approaching the question from different angles. I admit that my angle is not the one used by the OP in his question, but it has the advantage of an internet full of sites with lovely charts comparing and ranking cameras according to DR at different ISOs. I also admit that a little diligent google-work could probably find oodles of charts ranking cameras by noise levels - expressed in ADUs or by S/N or some other esoteric units - and ya' know what, no matter how the charts or lists are framed, the order of the cameras will always be pretty much the same.

At any rate, the OP has probably said by now, "To hell with it," and bought a Sony.


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Oct 26, 2016 16:21 |  #47

My car has better mileage because it has a 30 gallon tank, so i can drive farther. :)


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Oct 26, 2016 18:31 |  #48

tzalman wrote in post #18167330 (external link)
This conversation is like I say, "My car has better mileage because it will go a greater distance on a gallon of gas," and you saying, "My car has better mileage because it will go for more time on a gallon of gas." We are talking about the same thing, just approaching the question from different angles. I admit that my angle is not the one used by the OP in his question, but it has the advantage of an internet full of sites with lovely charts comparing and ranking cameras according to DR at different ISOs. I also admit that a little diligent google-work could probably find oodles of charts ranking cameras by noise levels - expressed in ADUs or by S/N or some other esoteric units - and ya' know what, no matter how the charts or lists are framed, the order of the cameras will always be pretty much the same.

At any rate, the OP has probably said by now, "To hell with it," and bought a Sony.


Why the hell would he buy an inferior camera like a Sony

Seriouslyvmad ... With the new sensor technology, there is zero reason to buy a Sony. Canon is completely on par with Iso ansd dark and shadows performance and kicks Sonys Butt with the glass department and many many other areas as well

Sony is far from the top dog anymore.distant 3rd in my opnion and it has little to do with ISO and sensor performance.


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Nov 06, 2016 08:15 |  #49

Sorry guy but High does not equal "Best" ISO.
Best to me is sharpest with most detail and greatest dynamic range. Not highest ISO.
Hoping Canon gets an honest ISO 25 so we can shoot as we did with Kodachrome 25 - and not have to be saddled with Neutral Density filters.
ISO3 as with Kodak Tech Pan and its accompanying sharpness would be even better.

High ISO is nice but ignoring the needs of those who would use very low ISO settings is troubling.


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Nov 06, 2016 08:38 as a reply to  @ Deardorff's post |  #50

Not every person needs low iso and high DR, there are those that need high iso, like 6400 and higher. That is the purpose of discussion in this thread. The only reason it seems that the need for low iso and greater DR is being ignored is because that is a different topic.


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Nov 09, 2016 16:07 |  #51

Sorry speed - some of us grew up shooting when 400ASA was high speed film.


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