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RoamingScott wrote:
Not every one of my comments is a personal attack on your sensibilities, Steve.

I have shot tens of thousands of images with both the A7R4 and Z7ii. I'm well equipped to compare the difference in IQ between the sensors (a sensor shared in the A7R5). Nikons consistently meter better than Sony, and have less false color cast in even RAW files. I'm editing less than I ever have since moving to Nikon. That's pretty darn cool to me.

Pixelshift is a parlor trick for very limited situations, across all brands. I'd never in a million years buy a camera for that feature, no matter how good it is, and I think many would agree.


I don't take any of your comments as a personal attack of any kind. Neither are my comments an attack on yours. I just don't always agree with what you say, so engage in discussion about it.

Just like your views on the differences in IQ with the 100-400s you rely on personal preferences, not measurable data to determine some sort of general false superiority. I fully accept your views as valid for you. My experiences differ from yours, and are just as valid for me. That is my point. I think that both system are superb, and produce resulting prints that would be fully accepted by even the most discriminating. You made claims about the advantages of base ISO Nikon has that are not true over the full available ISO range, nor unique to Nikon. I just presented facts regarding that. Now you switch to 100% personal preferences like colors and editing. I never disagree with those because they are subjective and I accept that for you they are true. So, on the personal side I 100% agree with you. No attacks in either direction there.

Pixelshift is not a parlor trick. It's advantages are objectively measurable. It is a valuable tool in some circumstances, for use in some purposes. It is a positive to have it available, not a negative. just like focus stacking was an advantage for the Nikon cameras because it was lacking in the Sony cameras. Since added, but I am not sure the implementation is as good.



Feb 24, 2023 at 12:18 PM
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RoamingScott wrote:
Not every one of my comments is a personal attack on your sensibilities, Steve.

I have shot tens of thousands of images with both the A7R4 and Z7ii. I'm well equipped to compare the difference in IQ between the sensors (a sensor shared in the A7R5). Nikons consistently meter better than Sony, and have less false color cast in even RAW files. I'm editing less than I ever have since moving to Nikon. That's pretty darn cool to me.

Pixelshift is a parlor trick for very limited situations, across all brands. I'd never in a million years buy a camera for that feature, no matter how good it is, and I think many would agree.


I don't take any of your comments as a personal attack of any kind. Neither are my comments an attack on yours. I just don't always agree with what you say, so engage in discussion about it.

Just like your views on the differences in IQ with the 100-400s you rely on personal preferences, not measurable data to determine some sort of general false superiority. I fully accept your views as valid for you. My experiences differ from yours, and are just as valid for me. That is my point. I think that both system are superb, and produce resulting prints that would be fully accepted by even the most discriminating. You made claims about the advantages of base ISO Nikon has that are not true over the full available ISO range, nor unique to Nikon. I just presented facts regarding that. Now you switch to 100% personal preferences like colors and editing. I never disagree with those because they are subjective and I accept that for you they are true. So, on the personal side I 100% agree with you. No attacks in either direction there.

Pixelshift is not a parlor trick. It's advantages are objectively measurable. It is a valuable tool in some circumstances, for use in some purposes.



Feb 24, 2023 at 12:12 PM





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