sega62 wrote in post #16582102
Last time i've shot a concert, I was really there as a fan, but I did took along my Camera and my 24-105 lens.
I had to shoot at 1\30 to 1\60 of a sec, but managed to pull some nice photos, but nothing pro!
I was really far, and this was cropped a lot, and PP in photoshop!
Take that shutter speed, and speed it up by 2 stops. That's your new advantage with the ISO performance of the 6D. And if you want better autofocus, simply use a really wide aperture lens (regardless of actually shooting with it wide open), it affects autofocus performance big time. 2 stops doesn't seem like much, but it's a big deal when you go from 1/30s to something faster that reduces blur and captures the same moment frozen in time. And doing it far away, with 200mm, where shake comes in a lot faster as length increases. So if you have faster shutter, IS, etc, all of this helps secure a better more focused/sharp image, and having a high ISO helps do that when flash is not available or allowed, and having high ISO handling without tons of noise is a big deal there.
The 6D is on my current wish list. Even though it's a dated camera in some regards, it's still better at noise handling than even the mighty 5Diii. And I'm all about the noise handling as my primary shooting is done at night and in low light.