DPReview reader, Horshack, tested Nikon's Df, D800, and Canon's 6D at ISO speeds from 3.200 to 102.400. The output of each camera was down-sampled to 8MP. The results are both surprising and not. It is clear, however, that Nikon's files are friendly to heavy digital pushing than are Canon's files.
When asked why he chose to test ISO speeds of up to 102.400, Horshack explained that it:
The below image represents what each camera is capable of at ISO 100 with a five-stop digital push.