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Old Apr 22, 2014, 12:05 PM   #1
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Old Apr 22, 2014, 12:31 PM   #2
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These 2 cameras have generated quite a bit of interest...
On paper, if 24mp resolution is "enough" (and for me would be MORE than enough...) I'd suggest the "7" would be the better proposition...
Rumour has it that at high iso's, the "7" also performs better...
As such- a direct comparison of the two cameras "high iso" performance might have been a good idea in your review, especially given that high iso performance seems to be well up on most peoples camera "must have" list...!
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Agreed Simon.

If we can get the 7 in house, we'll add the M&M man ISO series with it as well. While our reviewer had a good week with the 7, it was during a Sony press trip; we didn't have that one in the office like we did the 7R. Hence the reason we didn't include all the normal samples with it.
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