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New Firmware Dictates Better Low-light Performance on Nikon D300s August 2, 2009

Posted by Lawrence Oei in Nikon D300s.
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With an identical hardware component, we have already witnessed the vast difference in low-light performance between the Nikon D300 and Nikon D90 camera, with the latter leading the pack by over 33% improvement.

So, that argument, without hesitation should be applied to the Nikon D300s camera too. The hardware can often be further exploited with the right, optimized software, to progressively introduce stronger all-round performance.

In my opinion, the key difference between the Nikon D300s and higher class Nikon DSLRs lies in the Low-light performance department. And it’s seriously up to discerning buyers to decide if that is all critical.

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