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Aug 08, 2017 16:42 |  #3391

Not my best but ISO 32,000

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Aug 08, 2017 18:22 |  #3392

Ascenta wrote in post #18422541 (external link)
ISO 6400...where's the noise? :)

Looking good!

Here's 12,800 and, at the extreme end, 32,000 for good measure. All edited in Lightroom.


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Aug 08, 2017 20:03 |  #3393

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I tend to skip all that and go straight to the blower

They come from the factory with a turbo on each side built into the exhaust manifold, so all they need is an ecu tune + better down pipe/high flow cat/etc.

Stock it did 303hp/308tq on the dyno at the wheels

Exhaust + tune: 346hp / 320tq

Assuming a typical 15% drivetrain loss, this is around 397hp "at the crank" / 368tq

the downside is that it's a pig at 3700-4000lbs, but the tq curve is virtually flat, so it's probably very predictable approaching the limits with no surprises of boost induced oversteer mid corner.

Hopefully the new Z is lighter with the same motor on the same platform, but not $65k, more like $40k (without the mindless "adaptive" steering <--- they ran out of ideas apparently).

The Q will be a sweet car to pickup after the $30k-$40k depreciation hit in 36-48 months, and/or lease returns.




  
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Aug 08, 2017 20:18 |  #3394

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Still nice but noticeably softer because of the noise reduction.


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Aug 08, 2017 22:05 |  #3395

markesc wrote in post #18422673 (external link)
They come from the factory with a turbo on each side built into the exhaust manifold, so all they need is an ecu tune + better down pipe/high flow cat/etc.

Stock it did 303hp/308tq on the dyno at the wheels

Exhaust + tune: 346hp / 320tq

Assuming a typical 15% drivetrain loss, this is around 397hp "at the crank" / 368tq

the downside is that it's a pig at 3700-4000lbs, but the tq curve is virtually flat, so it's probably very predictable approaching the limits with no surprises of boost induced oversteer mid corner.

Hopefully the new Z is lighter with the same motor on the same platform, but not $65k, more like $40k (without the mindless "adaptive" steering <--- they ran out of ideas apparently).

The Q will be a sweet car to pickup after the $30k-$40k depreciation hit in 36-48 months, and/or lease returns.

Likewise my 3.5l ecoboost F150 2011 now has 107k miles and was tuned within the first few months of owning it. Dyno'd 375rwhp and 515rwtq... kinda torquey for a 3.5 but it rides good. Pulls 13.5's in June heat. Not bad for a 5300lb truck and my fat butt.


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Aug 09, 2017 06:52 |  #3396

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Likewise my 3.5l ecoboost F150 2011 now has 107k miles and was tuned within the first few months of owning it. Dyno'd 375rwhp and 515rwtq... kinda torquey for a 3.5 but it rides good. Pulls 13.5's in June heat. Not bad for a 5300lb truck and my fat butt.

Nice. I've got a 2012 Lincoln MKS with the same ecoboost. I pulled 0-60 in 5.1 and the quarter in 13.75 bone stock. My company does assembly lines for Ford powertrain. I'm currently doing every cylinder head that goes into the 4 engine options for the 2018 F150. :)

Don't have any shots since I bought the 5D4. This was a 5D3 shot.

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Aug 10, 2017 00:58 |  #3397

Nice to see we have some car fans on here!

Here's an older one of the Z, yes I plan on getting those goofy headlights darkened! It's great for going through turns after you put some pilot super sports on it...

kind of cartoonish with the 16-35 F4L at 16mm, but it was kind of an unplanned shot while waiting.... now that I look at it, look at that MKIII NOISE!!! Didn't realize how bad it was til I started going through older images, so I'll get an updated one on here of it maybe come Sept if these fires ever go away.


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Aug 10, 2017 05:30 |  #3398

Here's something new from me, haven't posted for a while. Wifi'd to camera and processed in LR mobile...a process which loses too much quality for my tastes!


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Aug 10, 2017 07:24 as a reply to  @ Mike's post |  #3399

What is your workflow? I use LR Mobile all the time. Then I go back to my laptop to export them to jpegs.

I'm wondering what LR does when it sync's smart previews and you try to export those. I know when I try to zoom in on a smart preview, the detail isn't there. But if I use the SD card reader and import the files to my iPad, the RAW files are there and it says "Original", I can zoom in till my heart's content and it stays sharp.

I've been testing the waters of eliminating my laptop from my workflow, but I can't seem to quite get there. Getting closer and closer though.


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Pretty much just wifi to my phone and then run through LR mobile - it has been more of a lazy method rather than anything else! ;-)a


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Aug 10, 2017 10:48 |  #3401

Can we really justify the cost difference between the Mark 3 and Mark 4 ?? Need help. I have a cropped sensor and I need to buy a full frame sensor.

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Aug 10, 2017 11:28 |  #3402

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Can we really justify the cost difference between the Mark 3 and Mark 4 ?? Need help. I have a cropped sensor and I need to buy a full frame sensor.

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Depends what your looking for. Honestly I'd say you have tons of solid options:

5DC - ~400 used
5D2 - ~700 used
6D - ~ 900 used
5DIII - ~1500 used
6DII - 1900 new
5Ds - ~2200 used
5DsR - ~2400 used
5D4 - ~2800ish
1DX - 2800-3100 used

Pick your poison they are all capable cameras vs a cropper just as cropper is capable vs these FF options. You'll see more difference in ones ability over the cameras really. Lenses would have a greater impact than body on IQ alone with any of these options posted.

To say the least there is FF options for all budgets.


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Aug 10, 2017 11:48 |  #3403

CND

5DC - ~ 509
5D2 - ~ 890
6D - ~ 1145
5DIII - 908
6DII - 2417
5Ds - 2799
5DsR - 3053
5D4 - ~3526
1DX - 3526- 3944


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Aug 11, 2017 00:30 |  #3404

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Can we really justify the cost difference between the Mark 3 and Mark 4 ?? Need help. I have a cropped sensor and I need to buy a full frame sensor.

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I'm selling the mark III on fred miranda after this eclipse fiasco is over. Probably for about $1050 since it's in the 115k shutter count territory...

If you can swing it, the mkiv is well worth the money, especially for lower light work. At first I didn't think there was a huge difference, but after shooting with the mkiv and then going back to older mk3 files, there's more of a difference than most people discuss.

It's fun to be able to get 4k clips as well, and if you're doing telephoto work where you need F8 focus points, it's awesome. The mkiii you get a single F8 point.

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Aug 11, 2017 08:00 |  #3405

I have been down and out for a few days. I had a major system crash last weekend, and spent the weekend last week getting back up and going. I spent a lot of this week building a NEW system as well. Things are quite fast now! lol


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