Sony A700 vs A77: More tests @ ISO 1600
|From the new wing at the Virginia Museum in Richmond|
1/40 sec., f5.6, ISO 1600, 70mm, Sony A700
In this post I'm presenting some pictures I've taken recently (Aug-Oct 2011) with both the A700 and the A77. All of these pictures were taken using ISO 1600, some inside, some outside, some at night or in concert settings - trying to get the whole spectrum of real-world photography.
I've processed them all as I normally would have, including noise reduction, sharpening, etc. The way I see it, if Lightroom can clear the noise in the pictures from the A700, it should be able to do so with those from the A77, too.
|Construction on the Hugunot Bridge in Richmond, VA|
1/8 sec., f8, ISO 1600, 10mm, Sony A700
|1/1250 sec., f6.3, ISO 1600, 10mm, Sony A700|
Coming home after the Volksfest last month, I saw this half-collapsed couple in the underground station and thought it worth a shot. The A700 (and Sony 16-105 lens) did a good job capturing even the design of the treads on his shoes.
|1/13 sec., f5.6, ISO 1600, 105mm, Sony A700|
|1/50 sec., f7.1, ISO 1600, 45mm, Sony A77|
|1/100, f5, ISO 1600, 75mm, Sony A700|
|1/40 sec., f2.8, ISO 1600, 90mm, Sony A700|
|1/100 sec., f2.8, ISO 1600, 50mm, Sony A700|
|1/100 sec., f3.2, ISO 1600, 60mm, Sony A77|