overview Low light performance

Low light performance Low light performance
2,303 ISO

When taking pictures without enough light, you can increase the camera's light sensitivity (ISO) to avoid blur, which usually decreases image quality. A camera's low light performance score is measured in ISO, and is a measure of how high you can set the ISO on your camera and still get a good quality image.

Snapsort uses metrics from DXOMark to determine how good a camera's image quality is at high ISO. DXOMark only benchmarks cameras that shoot RAW, which covers most DSLRs and a few high-end digicams.

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Compared To Compared to recent pro DSLRs

Out of 1 recent pro DSLRs, none have (significantly) better low light performance than the Nikon D700.

Nikon D700
2,303 ISO
Best
975 ISO
Average
975 ISO
Min
975 ISO