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02-17-2014, 08:07 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by i83N Quote
160 maybe 200
I would have figured much lower than that.

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Why wouldn't the ISO go down to 100 like the 645D?


If it's 50mp, has a beautiful file like the original 645D and can shoot at higher ISO allowing me to do some longer exposures and capture images of the Milky Way I'll probably get it. I've been thinking about getting a D800 or Sony a7r to compliment my 645D gear, but this would fulfill most needs for me (except being lightweight and compact like the a7r could be). I'd probably have to sell my 645D first though to afford/justify it!
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QuoteOriginally posted by RonHendriks1966 Quote
Thanks for quoting me. Well using hi-iso dose make a difference.

I took last year the 645D also with me to a Muah Thai fightnight, and only the 55mm lens with me.


In 2012 a serie with lots off equipement:
645D userreview with 85 images

Well as far as I know it is the combination off larger sensor and large pixels that will give great low noise with hi iso.

Looking at the performance for the current camera's:
http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Compare/Side-by-side/Sony-A7R-versus-Nikon-D4-versus-Canon-EOS-1Dx___917_767_753

So I guess that when the difference between aps-c and full frame is the same as between 645D and full frame comparing sensor size then the sports low light hi iso performance will be around iso 5000 in this same messurement. Unless offcourse there is a new technological advantage created that is not yet present in current sensors. If so, maybe the new D4s will get that same boost. Even so there will be more noise coming in at hi iso, but maybe even iso 25.600 will be very well to clean up.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ryan Tischer Quote
Why wouldn't the ISO go down to 100 like the 645D?


If it's 50mp, has a beautiful file like the original 645D and can shoot at higher ISO allowing me to do some longer exposures and capture images of the Milky Way I'll probably get it. I've been thinking about getting a D800 or Sony a7r to compliment my 645D gear, but this would fulfill most needs for me (except being lightweight and compact like the a7r could be). I'd probably have to sell my 645D first though to afford/justify it!
With a CMOS sensor I would think they could pull off 50.

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