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Snapsy, you said the same thing about the D3s and the D800 up to 6400 and I shoot with both and in real life, it just isn't the case. Are you saying that the noise in those pictures of the daughters at 200 and 400 iso is similar to what you would get in the same scenario with a D800? Look at all the color noise... I don't get it.... I never see that much noise on my Nikons under 1000 ISO. This noise greatly affects the IQ in my experience.. what am I missing? Not trying to be confrontational...Show more →
Well in this case the D800 and A7r share identical sensors.
As for my D3s and D800 comments, I never know how to respond to "real life" or "real world" comments. In the comparison I did here, I set up a high DR scene (from deep blacks to highlights), using the same lens with a manual aperture control (since body-to-body aperture lever variance on Nikon bodies can exceed 1/3 stop), under low-light tungstent - in that comparison I'm not able to distinguish the D3s and D800 ISO 6400 images at any point in the tonal range. In the real world, people judge noise by lots of subjective criteria, such as 1:1 comparisons between vastly different pixel densities, lenses with different T-stop rating or aperture variances, varying levels of absolute exposure, etc... I guess if you gave me a choice between the "real world" and my imaginary world I guess I would have to prefer my imaginary world when it comes to objective comparisons