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Old Dec 9, 2011, 3:13 PM   #11
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Wow!

Very nice.

Action shots at night with no motion blur and low level of noise.
What was the shutter speed?

I can't wait to get the D5100 (same sensor as the D7000 so hopefully same shot quality).

Thanks for sharing!
The D5100 is nowhere in the league of the D7000 for low light.

Hey Zig... did I miss it? Who won that game?
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Old Dec 9, 2011, 3:43 PM   #12
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The D5100 is nowhere in the league of the D7000 for low light.
Is this intended as a joke that I'm too dense to get? The sensors are identical, and DXO rates them identically in performance.
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Hey Zig... did I miss it? Who won that game?
Well, Andrew's team, Bishop Feehan, lost the game. And, since Andrew is a senior, it was also his last game in High School.

The good news is that Andrew is a talented athlete and is being recruited by a couple of area colleges to play basketball.

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Is this intended as a joke that I'm too dense to get? The sensors are identical, and DXO rates them identically in performance.
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I've read about the D5100 confirms that sensor is the same as the one found in the D7000. The output is virtually the same as well.

There are a myriad of differences between the 2 bodies mostly dealing with controls, buttons and how quickly one can change settings in D7000, without going thru the menu, vs the D5100. But low light image quality shouldn't be a problem.

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Great shots, noise free and sharp...!
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