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Old 10-09-2007, 12:56 PM
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lol I wouldn't be claiming that victory, Ingo. Terry's information is what I was after, not 3rd hand heresay from "professionals" who use a 350D.

The sensor is less sensitive to light on the 400D also
And where does this statement come from?

Terry stated:
To save translating and reading through the graphs, it basically states that although the 400D sensor has smaller pixels, this is partly offset by better efficiency converting light (i.e the 400D has higher Quantum efficiency). The AA-IR Filter seems to stop a little more red light unfortunately
For the very minor differences as stated by Terry, I'd still prefer the 400D (for me) because of the greater resolution.
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