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Feb 03, 2017 17:36 |  #1546

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Feb 04, 2017 14:32 |  #1547

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All I can say is "WOW" . This pic is awesome.



  
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Feb 04, 2017 15:30 as a reply to  @ sbumps's post |  #1548

Thank you!


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Feb 04, 2017 21:23 |  #1549

Ive been reading about the 5DSR and I've several times come across about its lack of dynamic range and a couple times saying the Lower ISO range isn't as good as say the 5D3. Im looking into buying one for aviation, wildlife, just a basic all around body to go along with my 5D3. Mostly I'm interested in it for the 1.3 crop and 1.6 crop functions, those can come in handy for wildlife and airshows. Has anybody else experienced any issues with the dynamic range or lower 100-1600 ISO range? Thanks


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Feb 05, 2017 00:41 |  #1550

[QUOTE=sbumps;18264595​][QUOTE=thenextguy;182​63970]

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All I can say is "WOW" . This pic is awesome.

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Feb 05, 2017 09:47 |  #1551

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #18264952 (external link)
Ive been reading about the 5DSR and I've several times come across about its lack of dynamic range and a couple times saying the Lower ISO range isn't as good as say the 5D3. Im looking into buying one for aviation, wildlife, just a basic all around body to go along with my 5D3. Mostly I'm interested in it for the 1.3 crop and 1.6 crop functions, those can come in handy for wildlife and airshows. Has anybody else experienced any issues with the dynamic range or lower 100-1600 ISO range? Thanks

the dynamic range is actually better than the 5d3 but still not up to Sony/Nikon level or the 5d4 for that matter. i love the image quality and the ability to do insane crops. i take all my shots at 100% raw and crop in post so i cant say about the built in cop feature.

regarding noise, ya it has some issue however i find that because the sensor is so dense the noise is not noticeable unless you are pixel peeking and even then it can be cleaned up pretty good. i would love to get the 5d4 because of its high iso capability but if i did i would not get rid of my 5dsr.

hope that helps you.

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Feb 05, 2017 10:14 as a reply to  @ ErgoSpacePig's post |  #1552

I've had better experience with 5DsR noise reduction using Canon's DPP software. It's a pain to use DPP from a workflow standpoint, but in my experience DPP works better on noise than even Nik Define.



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Feb 05, 2017 11:05 |  #1553

and couple of images from local Polo match


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Feb 05, 2017 17:56 |  #1554

ErgoSpacePig wrote in post #18265245 (external link)
the dynamic range is actually better than the 5d3 but still not up to Sony/Nikon level or the 5d4 for that matter. i love the image quality and the ability to do insane crops. i take all my shots at 100% raw and crop in post so i cant say about the built in cop feature.

regarding noise, ya it has some issue however i find that because the sensor is so dense the noise is not noticeable unless you are pixel peeking and even then it can be cleaned up pretty good. i would love to get the 5d4 because of its high iso capability but if i did i would not get rid of my 5dsr.

hope that helps you.

bob

Thanks buddy. Im still leaning towards the 5DSR then the 5D4, mostly for the 1.3 and 1.6 crop features. Appreciate the help!


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Feb 09, 2017 08:30 |  #1555

Image is of a Local Iban(tribe name) child at Nanga Sumpa village Borneo. Found this from my trip to Borneo a while back and is one of the first images I shot with my 5DSR.

For those interested Nanga Sumpa is the last inhabited village on the Delok river system in Sarawak . This river system is the only method of travel for the villagers (by longboats ) . We also had to travel this river system by longboat as it was the only way to get far enough into the jungle as to get close to where the wild orangutans are.


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Feb 10, 2017 07:05 as a reply to  @ thenextguy's post |  #1556

I am going to keep my comment short and simple.

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!




  
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Feb 11, 2017 09:12 |  #1557

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Feb 11, 2017 23:07 |  #1558

White-Bellied Sea Eagle, Langkawi, Malaysia.

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Feb 12, 2017 05:33 |  #1559

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #18264952 (external link)
Ive been reading about the 5DSR and I've several times come across about its lack of dynamic range and a couple times saying the Lower ISO range isn't as good as say the 5D3. Im looking into buying one for aviation, wildlife, just a basic all around body to go along with my 5D3. Mostly I'm interested in it for the 1.3 crop and 1.6 crop functions, those can come in handy for wildlife and airshows. Has anybody else experienced any issues with the dynamic range or lower 100-1600 ISO range? Thanks

I'm also looking at the 5DS/R right now, and I'm still undecided! However when it comes to answering questions about high ISO performance and dynamic range, the approach I've taken is to download samples from review sites, try processing them myself and compare them to similar files (same scene, lighting) from the 5DIII, 5DIV and whatever else took my fancy. You'll find dpreview has a good selection of shots of the same scene, at various ISOs and at various degrees of intentional underexposure.

FWIW my take is that the 5DS(R) is a decent improvement over the 5DIII in usable DR and no slouch at ISO 12800 if you're prepared to downsize. The 5DIV is better of course, but the gap isn't as big as some reviews had me expecting.


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Feb 13, 2017 19:55 |  #1560

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