There's, clearly, been an improvement in DSLR image quality over the last decade when it comes to their ability to shoot cleaner images at high ISOs in low light. But how dramatic an improvement has there really been? Photographer Kyle Clements decided to find out while comparing his eight-year-old Nikon D70 to his current D600 DSLR.

As expected, the 24.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor-equipped D600, which debuted last year, kicked the 6.1MP, APS-C-sized, CCD-based D70's butt when it comes to high ISO/low light performance. In a video…

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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