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Thread started 25 Feb 2007 (Sunday) 04:15
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Mark III samples (full ISO set) & Image Resource Review

 
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Feb 25, 2007 04:15 |  #1

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/E1D​MK3/E1DMK3A7.HTM (external link) (preproduction model used)


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Feb 25, 2007 04:20 |  #2

1D Mk III Test Pattern Images

Here are available the first test pattern images I have seen coming up from a 1D MkIII body:

COLOR TEST PATTERN (external link)

RESOLUTION PATTERN (external link)

Both were taken with a Pre-Production body and you can click in the image to get the full res one. No to much details about how it where taken, but I guess they have used the new 16-35 II lens.

POST EDITION: Which lens were used on the test:

"A note on lenses used: Several readers have asked about the lenses used in these shots. All studio shots were taken with the Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro lens, stopped down to f/8. This is a very sharp lens, and gets even better at f/8. Shawn's walking-around shots were captured with the Canon 50mm f/1.8, again for the most part stopped down. Despite its low price and inexpensive construction, the 50/1.8 is a surprisingly good lens, and its sharpness in the range of f/5.6-f/8 is nearly indistinguishable from that of many very expensive lenses. Its chromatic aberration, shading, and distortion are all very low as well"
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We very deliberately avoided zooms for these shots, as the two primes used are as good or better optically than any zoom available."
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Feb 25, 2007 04:21 |  #3

Superb link!!! Thanks Pekka! :D




  
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Feb 25, 2007 04:45 |  #4

Thanks for the link..
ISO 6400 is like ISO 3200 (1 stop underexposed at ISO 1600) on my 350D. A post production MKIII will be better so thats impresssive


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Feb 25, 2007 05:28 |  #5

And Noiseware didn't break a sweat cleaning up the noise on the 6400 NR version, this looks very promising.


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Feb 25, 2007 12:06 |  #6
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Can someone loan me $4000???? Great quality!


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Feb 25, 2007 12:08 |  #7

Somebody has said (also white papers) that the new sensor is capable of get more light over the pixel element, then the luminance noise has been decreased (more relative to keep the sharpness in the shoot) while the chroma noise is still present for the lack of light (and more easy to remove with NR software while keeping the sharpness).We will see with the final product, but it looks with this comments like the amount of software involved now in the firmware with the 2 Digic III processors is going to be more important from the point of view of the IQ than the previous model Mk II N.


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Feb 25, 2007 12:09 |  #8

All I can say is WOW.


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Feb 25, 2007 12:13 |  #9

So, in your experience, how long before anyone can actually order and receive this?


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Feb 25, 2007 12:13 |  #10

Wow, that was impressive! (don't worry 20D, I still love you ;))


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Feb 25, 2007 12:32 |  #11

1D Mk III Full Menus screens & Full Review

Here is avalilable all the menu´s screens, custom functions, setup, ...:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/E1D​MK3/E1DMK3A3.HTM (external link)

Click over the links near to each screen to access subscreens, so you can look for the options.

Also a Full review of the camera is available at the parent link:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/E1D​MK3/E1DMK3A.HTM (external link)

Pres the TABS to access to the rest of the review.


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Feb 25, 2007 13:06 |  #12

A comparative between the 1D Mk III and the 1D MkII N is also available here:

http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/E1D​MK3/E1DMK3A5.HTM (external link)

"As mentioned elsewhere in this review, one of the more important improvements the Canon engineers made in the EOS-1D Mark III was in the area of light sensitivity and image noise relative to the earlier EOS-1D Mark II N. To our eye, they've managed almost a full f-stop of noise improvement, meaning that ISO 3200 images from the Mark III look about like ISO 1600 ones from the Mark II, and the Mark III's amazing ISO 6400 shots look only slightly noisier than the ISO 3200 ones from the Mark II."


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Feb 25, 2007 13:07 as a reply to  @ Juan Zas's post |  #13

:D Thanks for the link Juan :D




  
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Feb 25, 2007 13:12 as a reply to  @ Juan Zas's post |  #14

You gotta love the video clip of the M3 firing 10fps vs. the 1d2N 8.5fps. Loved the card removal during write demonstration also. Thanks for posting!


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Feb 25, 2007 13:18 |  #15

:shock: Holy crap! ISO 6400 is totally useable!

I think I just creamed my pants again...


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