Thursday, October 25, 2012

K-5 Vs K-5IIs High ISO Shootout (800-12800)
(in Japanese)

Test Conditions:-
Manual white balance, Natural custom image, NR Off, FA77 Limited lens used at f/5.6, LV AF, Direct JPEG.

Below is a snapshot of the ISO 3200 comparison pair:-

(Left: K-5, Right: K-5IIs, @ ISO 3200 - Click to Enlarge.)

It is obvious that the colour response of the K-5 is more favourable. The colours produced by the K-5IIs is dull and less pure. As for the details and sharpness, I even found that the above K-5 picture is better! The noise of both cameras are very close and comparable, nonetheless.

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