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Old 8th of June 2012 (Fri)   #1
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Default T4i high iso performance shots

Had this linked in another thread, but it will get burried quickly.


Shoot at your highest iso setting and compare the noise to these shots.
The difference is an incredible leap up from the digic 4 crop bodies. 75% less noise.
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Old 8th of June 2012 (Fri)   #2
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Can't belive it if it's true in real life
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Default Re: T4i high iso performance shots

The new DIGIC 5 is suppose to produce alot less noise.... however those are studio shots. I want to see some ISO 12800 and 25600 shots at F2.8 in real world use.
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The new DIGIC 5 is suppose to produce alot less noise.... however those are studio shots. I want to see some ISO 12800 and 25600 shots at F2.8 in real world use.
Yeah. But I'm sure the DIGIC 5 will improve ISO performance regardless. A huge amount? I don't know, but even a full stop plus some would be pretty cool and bode well for future crop sensors. I can only dream that it makes all of the next croppers jump in ISO performance like the 5d3
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Default Re: T4i high iso performance shots

I assume these are jpegs and Canon has already proven they have a great jpg engine in the digic V. I wonder how the raw files will stack up, it appears Canon did the same kind of overhaul to the 18MP sensor that they did on the 5DIII sensor.
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Looks fantastic!
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Default Re: T4i high iso performance shots

Looks like Canon's latest *.jpg voodoo magic. Same "magic" supposedly applied to the 5D3 and 1DX jpgs as well to claim a 2-stop improvement over previous generation.

Then ultimately, it's revealed that RAW is maybe... MAYBE 1/2 stop better.
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Looks like Canon's latest *.jpg voodoo magic. Same "magic" supposedly applied to the 5D3 and 1DX jpgs as well to claim a 2-stop improvement over previous generation.

Then ultimately, it's revealed that RAW is maybe... MAYBE 1/2 stop better.
This.
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Well that's particularly good for Rebel shooters. I would say a large portion of those shoot exclusively .jpg and don't even know what RAW file is.
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Default Re: T4i high iso performance shots

I've got the Digic 5 processor in my Canon S100, and the noise reduction is quite good, but at a cost of detail.
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Well that's particularly good for Rebel shooters. I would say a large portion of those shoot exclusively .jpg and don't even know what RAW file is.
This. A good portion of these cameras sit in green box mode their whole lives with the advanced settings never being touched.
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I am sure most people in here shoot RAW so those jpg comparisons are pointless
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Noise is one thing detail is another. Not that those test shots were that bad for details but in general those preview test shots of late from dpreview have not been the best at figuring out what the real situation is for the noise vs details situation. So I wouldn't get that excited yet.
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