02-21-2013, 03:10 PM
Quote:<p style="font-family:Helvetica;">…. still, it looks like a cut down cropped off version of the 800, no? - so that when mst starts putting out tests from his new 800 he will just have to interpolate ff to dx - squeezy -
I'm not sure what are you trying to say. If you think that 24MP APS-C and 36MP FF have a same pixel density you are wrong. 16MP APS-C and 36MP FF have same pixel density or in camera models D7000 and D800 which both have a Sony sensor. 24MP APS-C would be something like 54MP in FF.
One good thing about this sensor, it's better than Sony's 16 or 24MP APS-C and better than Nikon's own 24MP APS-C sensor. It's something around 2/3 Ev better than any other APS-C sensor in apparent noise at high ISO at same print size. It cab be thanked to expended DR at high ISo while SNR is only marginally than in Sony sensors.