Nikon D90 | AF-S 18-105mm | AF 50mm f/1.8D | Tokina 12-24mm f4 | Sigma 30mm f1.4
nite guys! ZZzzzzzzzzzzzz
Okay guys, please make a list of testing (hopefully can be done but no promises) for D7000:
I'll make a head start:
1) ISO testing all the way to 3200!
If quality at ISO 3200 is great, then it is possible to shoot great low light pictures with lower-mid / mid range pricing zooms like 28-300mm / 70-300mm, however given the smaller f/5.6 aperture - the bokeh quality may not be as good as the f/2.8 zooms. Too early to say now, sooooo....looking forward to more testing!
Btw, just because you're not interested in D7K now doesn't mean it won't apply to you in the future... heeheehee... so comprehensive testing will help everyone now who might be looking for an upgrade in unforseable future...
P/S: treat it as a "good to know" thing.
Last edited by kriegsketten; 28th October 2010 at 08:54 AM.
from the test done by our mod.
it look quite ok at iso 3200
Yup 800 onwards you'll get grains... 1600 more pronounced...
i got 2 frd who got 70-200
1 is having vr1 - using on d300s
1 is having vf2 - using on d700
why i say small is when i use/try the 70-200 is on their camera not on d90 body.
so now i borrow the vr1 and put it on the d90 body. it make the d90 so small. i was practically holding on the lens n not on the camera. where as before holding on the body more.
Secondly, need to know if JPEG format was used or NEF.
Thirdly, need to know what kind of lens - 1.4? 2.8? 4? or lower end kit lenses?
That's why I prefer to test it out for myself... coz I already know what I'm looking for...