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Sep 05, 2017 15:47 |  #91

I can't imagine bothering to argue about whether you can call it "iso sensitivity" given that everyone already does.

May I ask if any of this has anything to do with the NEW Nikon D850 we've been hearing about?


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Sep 05, 2017 15:54 as a reply to  @ CyberDyneSystems's post |  #92

Lol: this great debate started with a link I posted. With a headline about the D850's high ISO being a whole stop better then the D810. Anywho: the D850 looks to be better in a lot of aspects...maybe even high ISO.


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Sep 05, 2017 16:01 |  #93

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18445268 (external link)
I can't imagine bothering to argue about whether you can call it "iso sensitivity" given that everyone already does.

May I ask if any of this has anything to do with the NEW Nikon D850 we've been hearing about?

The argument was never about the term ISO sensitivity. The argument was because the other poster made the claim that changing ISO actually changes the sensitivity of the sensor itself.


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Sep 05, 2017 16:12 as a reply to  @ raptor3x's post |  #94

Don't put words in the other poster's mouth. The other poster was talking about the system in relation to ISO sensitivity.


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Sep 05, 2017 17:13 |  #95

davesrose wrote in post #18445293 (external link)
Don't put words in the other poster's mouth. The other poster was talking about the system in relation to ISO sensitivity.

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But "light" isn't doubled when you go up one stop ISO: sensitivity is.....


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Sep 05, 2017 17:15 |  #96

raptor3x wrote in post #18445280 (external link)
The argument was never about the term ISO sensitivity. The argument was because the other poster made the claim that changing ISO actually changes the sensitivity of the sensor itself.

Not the way I read it I must admit, but ok. Still running a bit OT


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Sep 06, 2017 08:30 |  #97

davesrose wrote in post #18445257 (external link)
Now DSLRs raise ISO speed by amplifying gain and introducing more noise (also lowering usable DR).

No; no extra noise is introduced. The SNR is low because your absolute exposure is low. The higher amplification prevents introducing post-gain noise at a higher level relative to signal. Less noise is therefore introduced at higher ISOs, not more.

Of course, the less post-gain noise a camera has, the less you'll notice the benefit of the extra analog gain.




  
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Sep 08, 2017 10:27 |  #98

I got mine today
it's amazing
it feels quite amazing in the hand
jpg look stunning
I shoot raw but for now, I'm shooting both

I have a full gamut of information to share here. when I have time I'll create a thread here on POTn
for now a cross direct to FM
http://www.fredmiranda​.com/forum/topic/15075​42 (external link)


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Sep 08, 2017 13:17 |  #99

Wow, already in peoples hands!
Update your gear list :)


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Sep 08, 2017 13:37 |  #100

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18447452 (external link)
Wow, already in peoples hands!
Update your gear list :)

the bird and wedding guys may like this:
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Sep 08, 2017 13:55 |  #101

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video of #2 test - silent shooting in live view
broader range of meters, whatever those are ;P


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Sep 08, 2017 17:22 as a reply to  @ Dj R's post |  #102

Glad you are happy with the new toy!


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Sep 09, 2017 01:55 |  #103

Dj R wrote in post #18447304 (external link)
I got mine today
it's amazing
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I shoot raw but for now, I'm shooting both

I have a full gamut of information to share here. when I have time I'll create a thread here on POTn
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Nice Dj,... and Congrats! Looking to have one under the very next Xmas we clutter our living room with.




  
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Sep 10, 2017 00:15 |  #104

JPG for now y'all


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