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Discussion in 'Other Systems' started by RT_Panther, Dec 15, 2012.
Battle of the Mirrorless - Part 1 (Low Light Performance)
The Nex still remain the best in low light conditions.
Fuji systems are missing though...
That's the great thing about us old guys: We're so grateful for whatever we get. I still think pushing TRI-X to (it was ASA then) 1600 was the coolest thing. It's even my tactic these days -- I convert to B&W and use the noise as grainy "atmosphere."
If I was looking for great high ISO results, however, I'd probably be thinking about a FUJI.
ASA, wow that's a term I haven't heard for a long time, well at least when I'm not looking at the settings on my SRT. But I know exactly what you mean, shooting at 1600 used to be such a novelty.
Looking purely at sensor performance they certainly are, although as was noted above he didn't have a Fuji present for this test which would likely provide some stiff competition.
It's interesting... but as far as battles go, it's not one I need nor care to take part of...