Sonolta wrote:Now you are somehow trying to say the a900 is better than the D3 in lowlight? Better slow down a bit...you are really starting to sound like a Sony fanboy. 6400 is great on the D3 and please do take a look at ISO 12,800...the Alpha ain't even in the same ballpark!
David Kilpatrick wrote:Don, not one of these images is in comparison with anything taken using the Alpha 900, in similar conditions or othewise. It doesn't help at all to fill up a thread like this with countless links to Nikon images which everyone has seen, so I will take this thread no further. Photokina shots will now appear in a blog post, and not in the forum where only a tiny fraction of people see them, and you then make multiple replies which do absolutely nothing to help people understand rthe A900 better. I have work to do and this is just wasting my time.
The A900 looks like being a real winner. What about A900 IDC? I am frustrated by the fact that even v3 just released does not feature CR removal. What software did you find in the A900 box and have you tried it out? Is it simply IDC v.3 or an uprated product with additional features including CR removal? At present I use PS/ACR for my R1, A700 and A350 RAW images principally because of the CA produced particularly by the CZ 16-80 lenses. If the Sony does not match that supplied by Canon and Nikon, the reviewers will have a filed day regardless of the camera's performance.
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