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Originally posted by 46ACE
reply to post by davespanners
Depends what you intend to do with it.I understand there are differences in the noise each type of sensor produces. noise is mostly visible in underexposed ( dark areas.) and gets worse as you run the ASA up in range,I 'm still using an older 6mp dslr for my web stuff( paying stuff ): its perfectly adequate for the web. But I i won't shoot any higher than 400 asa for larger prints though ( I find the noise disagreeable).
There are plenty of reviews and comparisons online (www.dp preview.com has alot of reviews: Google is your friend.)
Nikons have always been top notch tools. I find some of the canons more "plasticky" (more mass consumer oriented).Nothing wrong with them,I come from all mechanical 35mm and120 film days.I like a sturdy metal pieceof gear. Im tempted to try a Nikon when I upgrade. As I will be upgrading lenses too, my consumer grade lenses have alot of miles on them.
Good images can be made with any brand...edit on 20-11-2010 by 46ACE because: (no reason given)