Nikon 5700 (738k) 134k
Nikon 5700 (971k) 301k
Sony 707 (1197k) 187k
Sony 707 (1235k) 224k
Don't use the automatic ISO setting, but lock the ISO value at it's lowest value! Using the automatic setting, fhe camera will boost it's gain, trying to avoid long shutter values, resulting in a very noisy picture. Since you have a tripod, you can get much better pictures by using a long exposure.
Nikon 5700 (757k) 163k
Sony 707 (1190k) 207k
Both pictures here are taken under low pressure natrium lighting, giving an monochromatic orange cast to the scene.
The Sony has enough with half the light amount as the Nikon (f8 for both pictures, shutter is 2 seconds for the Sony and 4 seconds for the Nikon). None of the camera is able to remove the orange color, since the natrium light is monochromatic. Since there are no other colors in the picture than the yellow/orange cast, you could remove the color altogether!
To get the moving cars, you need use a small aperture, so the shutter time is increased. Don't forget the tripod! Use the timer function to trigger the picture (to avoid shaking the camera when pressing the shutter).
Nikon 5700 (705k) 159k
Sony 707 (1190k) 243k
Another picture of Oostende at night. Light source in the foreground is high pressure mercury (giving a white harsh light).
There are some nice pictures (sunset) on the next page. I'll give you some more info on how to take good looking sunset pictures.
Nikon 5700 (954k) 182k
Sony 707 (1251k) 219k
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Digital vs. Chemical
|Nikon Coolpix 950|
|Olympus Camedia C3030|
Nikon Coolpix 990
Nikon Coolpix 5700
Nikon Coolpix 5700
|Nikon 5700 vs. Sony 707 vs. Nikon 990|
Nikon 5700 features
|Comparing the Sony DSC-F828 Nikon 5700 Canon 300D
||Sony DSC-F828 Nikon 5700 Nightshots and flashlights
||Comparing the Sony DSC-F828 and Canon 300D
||Portrait photography with the Sony DSC-F828 and Canon 300D