The H9 is no better in low light than any of the other similar cameras.
They are all prone to noise in low light due to using a small overcrowded sensor.
There is actually one SLR-Like camera that can be compared to a DSLR.
That is the Sony R1.
It uses the same sensor that is used in some of the Nikon DSLR cameras.
The only problem is the price.
The Sony R1 list price is $999.
For less than that, you can buy a DSLR camera.
I really like many of the features of this camera and have tested it in the stores. I was told by the person demoing the camera that it would take good pictures in churches, schools, and other locations with low light. However, when I look at the reviews on the Cnet site it says "If you shoot primarily outdoors in daytime....this camera is a great choice". Is there a way around this with this camera or does anyone have experience with this camera in low light? Or is there a camera similar to this that anyone recommends that works well in low light that is an SLR-like camera. Thanks ahead for any advice.