Sources: DPReview, Nikon
quote: The Nikon D40 had this many years ago. If you want better ISO for whatever reason, the D7000 is more then adequate.
quote: If you want better ISO for whatever reason, the D7000 is more then adequate.
quote: D7000 is acceptable at ISO 3200.
quote: honestly if you believe that D7000 is better camera than D300s I'm very surprised, very.
quote: It always cracks me up seeing these types of comments. Sure the image sensor in the camera body makes a difference but blanket statements like this can't seriously be made. Other more important factors to this are what you are trying to shoot, what your shutter speed and aperture are at, and exactly how much ambient light you have.
quote: But DSLRs are meant for more serious shooters, that's what bothers me.
quote: images produced by this camera may have more noise than ones produced by its predecessor.
quote: But that hasn't borne out. The D1 had like a 2.5 megapixel sensor; according to the conventional wisdom that thing should just be a low-light monster. But it isn't.
quote: The D1 isn't a low-light monster because it doesn't incorporate all the advances made since its introduction.
quote: If you built a 2.5MP APS-C sensor with the technology of today, it would fare much, much better in low light.