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  1. #21
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbrent View Post
    And just to make things a little more interesting, here are the DXOMARK numbers for the D7200

    DXOMark Sensor Scores
    Overall Score 87
    Portrait (Color Depth) 24.5 bits
    Landscape (Dynamic Range) 14.6 Evs
    Sports (Low-Light ISO) 1333 ISO
    That D7200 is a great camera.


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  2. #22
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    I'm a day late to this conversation, but if you are paid to do weddings, and the birds are something you enjoy, then the D750 first. If I could only have one it would be the D750. The D500 is great for it's high speed and buffer, but I have shot sports with the D750 long enough that I can still do the job with the slightly slower frame rate and lesser buffer.

    Don't get me wrong. I love the D500 and its auto-focus is amazing.
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  3. #23
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    I read some comments on another forum a week or 2 ago ( I dont remember which one, I am not a member and I was just googling for answers )

    One of the people in the conversation said he was so happy with his D500 because it was free from DX diffraction.
    One thing that annoys me with my D7100 images is they always seem to have a bit of noise/ graininess to them, this can even be at iso100 with correct exposure. Noise reduction can get rid of some /most of it, but it does cost some detail.
    I have been wondering if this has something to do with this "dx diffraction" they were talking about.
    I have heard multiple times people have said how their D750 gave them "clean images", how does the D500 images compare here ?
    Anyone care to give their thoughts on this ?
    Brad


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    ​ but there is something good in every Day.

  4. #24
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironwood View Post
    I read some comments on another forum a week or 2 ago ( I dont remember which one, I am not a member and I was just googling for answers )

    One of the people in the conversation said he was so happy with his D500 because it was free from DX diffraction.
    One thing that annoys me with my D7100 images is they always seem to have a bit of noise/ graininess to them, this can even be at iso100 with correct exposure. Noise reduction can get rid of some /most of it, but it does cost some detail.
    I have been wondering if this has something to do with this "dx diffraction" they were talking about.
    I have heard multiple times people have said how their D750 gave them "clean images", how does the D500 images compare here ?
    Anyone care to give their thoughts on this ?
    I have had the same experience with my D7100 too, so I am interested to hear any thoughts on this.

    I think someone asked earlier about lenses
    I have at moment:-

    Nikon 16-85mmDX
    Nikon 35mm 1.8 DX
    Nikon 50mm 1.8
    Nikon 70-300mm
    Sigma 10-20mm DX
    Sigma 150-600mm

    Currently have a D5100 and a D7100

    I was planning on buying the D750 with the 24-120mm lens

  5. #25
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750
    Maybe it helps too to decide

    Nikon D500 vs. D750 very high ISO test

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  6. #26
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Jaeger View Post
    Maybe it helps too to decide

    Nikon D500 vs. D750 very high ISO test
    Thanks for posting this Michael. Some interesting findings there.
    I think the starting point of iso5000 is at the upper end of what I would use. I get very few usable photos out of my D7100 at iso3200.
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  7. #27
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    I would agree Brad.

    It appears then (as you would expect) that the D750 is best at high ISO.............Although the D500 is a little sharper, possibly due to having no AA filter?

    The question is do I pull the trigger now on the D750 or wait for its replacement?

    I don't think I need the huge 36mp files of the D800 series

  8. #28
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Well I think the D750 replacement will be an awesome camera, rumoured to have the D5 sensor, but will it follow the trend of the D7500, one card slot, no provision for a grip, etc.
    Unless you have very deep pockets, you have to compromise to some extent.
    Brad


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  9. #29
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Those are the reasons why I wouldn't get a D7500
    Last edited by trev864; 08-05-2017 at 11:59 AM. Reason: Delete character
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  10. #30
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    Re: Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750

    Which to Buy Now? D500 or D750
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Jaeger View Post
    Maybe it helps too to decide

    Nikon D500 vs. D750 very high ISO test

    I am not one to easily call bullshit , but that video is total bullshit! I only went as far as the ISO 5000 test, but I will eat my dirty socks if the D750 shot had no NR applied.
    There is no way that at ISO 5000 (or even at ISO 800 for that matter) you are going to get a silky smooth looking shot like that at 200% crop.
    That thing has heavy NR written all over it!

    I am going out in a few minutes but when I return later, I will take some high ISO shots with both my D750 and with the D500. Same lighting, same subject, same lens. I will post the RAW files to be downloaded and you can compare yourself @Ironwood, @trev864
    Last edited by Blacktop; 08-05-2017 at 03:16 PM.
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