Nikon D7000 vs. Nikon D4: Low Light (ISO 3200) Noise Comparison

2/01/2012 Matt 5 Comments






Second video comparison between the upcoming Nikon D4 an the in 2010 released Nikon D7000. We used the crop mode of the D4 to get the same focal length. Same settings on both cameras!

Lenses on both DSLRs: Nikon 35mm F/1.8 + Nikon 50mm F/1.8

Settings on both cameras:  ISO 3200 | Aperture F/2.8 | Shutter speed 1/50s

Music by Kevin MacLeod

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

D7000 is looking like a better investment everyday. Has any1 else heard rumors of a d7000 replacement?

Anonymous said...

Watch it at 1080p full screen and you will see the D4 have much a lot less noise and definition.

Matt said...

Yes, D4 has less noise.

Jonas said...

If the D4 didn't have less noise, it would've been a huge scandal, haha.

There were a lot of buzz and hype about this product, most claimed that D7000 is one of the best dSLR cameras ever produced by Nikon. Nikon fan boys, also known as Nikon enthusiasts have wholeheartedly claimed that Nikon will dethrone Canon from its current position as the market leader.