Big Three Shootout, Page 4 of 5

This page shows 100% crops of the above image taken at each major ISO setting available on the Nikon D3x. This is part of a comparison test with theSony A900andCanon 5D MKII. The main page of the report can be foundhere, and should be read prior to evaluating these images.

Please note that the Nikon D3x’s ISO 100 and 200 frames are a bit soft due to camera vibration. Unlike the Canon and Sony the Nikon does not allow mirror lock-up and self timer simultaneously, so touching it to release the shutter at these slow shutter speeds caused some vibration and thus blur. This should not affect noise analysis in any way.

Other Pages

Other related pages are…

Introduction, Methodology, and Analysis:Page 1 of 5

Sony A900 ISO Comparisons:Page 2 of 5

Canon 5D MKII ISO Comparisons:Page 3 of 5

Nikon D3x ISO Comparisons:Page 4 of 5 (this page)

Three Camera Noise Comparisons:Page 5 of 5

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Nikon D3x

Nikon D3x ISO 50 Nikon D3x ISO 100

Nikon D3x ISO 200 Nikon D3x ISO 400 Nikon D3x ISO 800 Nikon D3x ISO 1600 Nikon D3x ISO 3200 Nikon D3x ISO 6400

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Other Pages

Other related pages are…

Other related pages are…

Introduction, Methodology, and Analysis:Page 1 of 5

Sony A900 ISO Comparisons:Page 2 of 5

Canon 5D MKII ISO Comparisons:Page 3 of 5

Nikon D3x ISO Comparisons:Page 4 of 5 (this page)

Three Camera Noise Comparisons:Page 5 of 5

December, 2008