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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Nikon D7000 beats Canon 1D Mk IV on DXO Mark Sensor Evaluation

Hard to believe, but according to DXOMark, the Nikon D7000 takes the fight against the Canon 1D MkIV.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The 1D family is far more rugged and weather resistant than a D7000. It has better AF performance and other things that won't make any difference to most people. But things like that make the camera price go higher. It has a larger sensor than the D7000 which explains the better High ISO score.

Having said that, why is this guy saying that the D7000 is the best value for money? He hasn't heard of the Pentax K5 which has even better build quality? Or the A580 which has similar sensor performance yet way cheaper in price?

No offense, but such reviewers give review sites a bad name.