Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Same shot with A57 and A65, different ISO levels

I had the Sony A65 and A57 over the weekend. I thought I would post a shot taken with both cameras at each ISO. The lens was the 100mm Sony Macro. These are jpegs right out of the camera.

My wife asked why I had to do this on my day off. I guess I need to get a life.

You can find the hi-rez file by clicking the title under the picture.




















Rob Skeoch
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8 comments:

  1. I did have the White balance set different so I could tell them apart at a glance. One was AWB the other open shade.

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  2. what is the firmware version inside the a57 camera?

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  3. I liked your sequence with the A57 and the dining room. I could clearly see the noise change in the green wall as the ISO changed. Without a smooth surface in the stone arch sequence, I cannot tell what the noise looks like. I am hoping to see an A/B comparison with something more like your dining room from someone soon.

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  4. Hi Rob, I am confused between buying an alpha 57 or 65. I don't mind paying the extra bucks but I am worried about the low light performance of the a65. Can you help me in deciding ?

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  5. A 57 images close like to pentax k 5...

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  6. I would take the A57 myself. I like the frame rate and the sensor size... 16mp is enough for what I'm doing.

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  7. Thanks for review, it was excellent and very informative.
    thank you :)

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