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keith selmes
11 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2009 11:32PM
I have a Sony hi fi amplifier so I suppose their cameras must be good Smile

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21 Aug 2009 12:59AM
Well, that says it all! Wink
Snapper_T e2
10 848 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2009 7:54PM
Was that a sigh Jas? Smile

I've on stuck with KM/Sony because it was too costly for me to swap brand, but if I had I would be using Nikon because of the build and ergonomics of the D200 and upwards.

Up to now I'm glad I stayed put. They're not doing too bad me thinks Smile
Trev
21 Aug 2009 10:31PM
If one is thinking of changing kit a good maxim is stay put with what you've got.
22 Aug 2009 9:19PM
Is owning a Canon or a Nikon akin to a the long bonnet syndrome for sports car owners? (male owners of course) Grin
Paintman e2
8 902 174 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 9:35PM
I think that's down to the length ( and girth ) of your lens regardless of make. Canon and Nikon just make the best DSLR's around.




Although I could be wrong.
joolsb e2
10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
22 Aug 2009 9:55PM
You are. But you knew that anyway. Wink
Paintman e2
8 902 174 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2009 10:27PM
Only justSmile
MattGrayson e2
7 622 3 England
24 Aug 2009 5:30PM
It was a very close call on all cameras, but the noise images from the A700 were much better than the other cameras. Bear in mind that for a camera older than most of the competition, it stood up to them with defiance and I found that quite remarkable. Smile
Snapper_T e2
10 848 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2009 7:08PM
Thanks Matt, now can you get your hands on the A850 for a test?
JJGEE
9 6.4k 18 England
27 Aug 2009 7:15PM

Quote:Thanks Matt, now can you get your hands on the A850 for a test?

From what I have read elswehere the test would be the same as the A900, which Matt has already done.
The only differences are: the 3 instead of 5 frames per second and 98% instead of 100% viewfinder

Oh, and of course, the price !
Snapper_T e2
10 848 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2009 9:25PM

Quote:Quote:Thanks Matt, now can you get your hands on the A850 for a test?From what I have read elswehere the test would be the same as the A900, which Matt has already done.
The only differences are: the 3 instead of 5 frames per second and 98% instead of 100% viewfinder

Oh, and of course, the price !



True, but I hope the high ISO noise performance has improved.

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