Aus Norwegen gibt es einen Testbericht, in dem die Kamera intensiver als in den bisherigen hands-on-reviews untersucht und verglichen wurde. Z.B. der Dynamikumfang:
http://www.akam.no/test/speilrefleks/akam_...ha_a700/43884/5 (untere Diagramme)
Auflösung und Rauschverhalten:
Die Schlußfolgerungen werden in einem Thread auf dpreview folgendermaßen übersetzt:
( http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp...essage=25152192 )
"The image quality of the A700 is at the top for its price range and you need to pay almost the double to get anything with significantly better detail resolution",
"the A700 has impressive image quality at high ISO up to and including 1600, but it stops there",
"At ISO3200 the A700's processing hits the wall and image quality effectively ceases to exist",
"if you buy the a700 with intention to use it at ISO-values higher than 1600, you're making a really stupid deal
> Noise is vivible at 1600 ISO, bt oimpressively little compared to other cameras in this price class.
> The noise level, visually measured, is actually the lowest we have ever seen at 1600 ISO from a camera of this class! I doesn't quite match what we have seen from Canon EOS 1D Mark III, but since this alternative is 3x more expensive, such a comparison isn't quite fair either.
> Apart from Canon EOS 5D, still considerably more expensive than A700, Sony is practically whiping the floor with their competitors at 1600 ISO. Nothing more is to be said about this, really.
Bei Steves-digicams gibt es auch ein Review: