« on: October 01, 2014, 03:04:20 AM »
The reviewer made note of how the high DR at High ISO is so huge. So did the D750 get a high ISO DR boost over the D3S?
From what has been tossed around over the past month High DR is a low ISO thing, I have seen many test examples that show DR dropping hard at higher ISO. D3S & D800 included...
Check out the A7s...it has good low ISO DR (over twelve stops), but it also has excellent high ISO DR (it tops the 1D X, meets or beats it at every ISO, with as much as a 2-stop lead at ISO 51200). The D810 also does extremely well at high ISO, getting very close to 5D III performance with smaller pixels.
I don't know how well the D750 does, but I suspect it will perform similarly.
1. i personally DO NOT support a company, SONY, once SILENTLY put SPYWARE and ROOTKITS into customers' systems. I do not hate hackers for doing this kinda things, but as a big company/manufacture, PUTTIN' SPYWARE AND ROOTKITS INTO CONSUMERs' SYSTEMs IS WRONG. See following links:
note: that might be the reason why government stops using SONY...
2. In term of auto focus and shooting candid, any sony mirrorless is not a match to any DSLRs (canon, nikon, etc...). i am talking about single auto focus point, not all at once.
3. a7s has problems with bright light sources according to what i know from a friend of mine (note: have not used this one, a7s, but did play around with a7 for around 4 hours just for fun and i personally do not like it.)
4. if sony produce good sensors, it would not try to go out and acquire number of sensor manufactures, the recent one is renesas tsuruoka fab.
...JUST A THOUGHT FOR A COMPANY THAT PROVIDES SPYWARE & ROOTKIT