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If you're happy with your Canon 7D images and 100% crops...

 
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Apr 25, 2010 13:06 |  #256

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100%...one pixel in image is mapped to one pixel on monitor, so if you have a 1280x1024 monitor you view a 1280x1024 section of the image, regardless if the original image was 3072x2048 (10D) or 5616 x 3744 (5DII). It is an absurd magnification equivalent, same as viewing about 43 x 65" (45X) print image from 5DII from 10-20" away, or a 68X print from an 7D APS-C sensor!

IQ from a dSLR is a combination of LENS and sensor, and you are viewing what the lens can deliver to the sensor, which is not terrific at that magnification.

What counts is what you see when the ink hits the paper!

Print More, Peep Less ! <------ good Bumper Sticker! :lol:

Pixel Peeping just doesn't make sense.

Maybe we can provide help to the Pixel Peepers? Create 12 step program for the addiction, and create a support group and call it PPA. ( Pixel Peepers Anonymous )

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Apr 26, 2010 11:36 |  #257

harcosparky wrote in post #10062622 (external link)
Maybe we can provide help to the Pixel Peepers? Create 12 step program for the addiction, and create a support group and call it PPA. ( Pixel Peepers Anonymous )

:lol:

I'd rather join PP&P
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Apr 26, 2010 21:42 |  #258

Pixel-peeping has more to do with the lens that camera body imo.




  
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May 12, 2010 15:44 as a reply to  @ Gometang's post |  #259

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May 12, 2010 15:53 |  #260

Gometang wrote in post #10071797 (external link)
Pixel-peeping has more to do with the lens that camera body imo.

and the accurate calibration of body to lens, and the skills/techniques employed in the capture, and the skills/techniques employed in the post processing.

But other than that it's all about the camera. :)




  
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May 12, 2010 16:45 |  #261

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May 12, 2010 18:44 |  #262

7D with 15-85mm @42mm ISO 100 1/250 f/8 off camera ETTL flash (jpeg straight from the camera)

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May 12, 2010 21:24 |  #263

msowsun wrote in post #10170168 (external link)
7D with 15-85mm @42mm ISO 100 1/250 f/8 off camera ETTL flash (jpeg straight from the camera)
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100% crop
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Great job, this is scarily sharp (but still not oversharpened).


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May 16, 2010 07:32 |  #264

here's my try with sigma180mm:

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100%:
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10sec f6.7 iso100 tripod + mlu + remote release



  
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May 16, 2010 08:09 |  #265

Coppatop85 wrote in post #10061474 (external link)
100%

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Now that really is sharp.

What lens is that? Please tell me it's the 135 and not the 70-200 :p




  
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May 16, 2010 10:55 |  #266

I just picked up my 7D, and sold my 5D II, I know that's sacrilegious, but I love the AF and it just seems like it's everything I was missing feature wise from the 5DII. Thanks for the posts to help reassure me that I'm not crazy :)




  
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May 16, 2010 13:23 |  #267

benesotor wrote in post #10189633 (external link)
Now that really is sharp.

What lens is that? Please tell me it's the 135 and not the 70-200 :p


It was the 135 at f 3.5


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May 16, 2010 13:40 |  #268

gabebalazs wrote in post #10171042 (external link)
Great job, this is scarily sharp (but still not oversharpened).

At f/8 I certainly hope a lens produces images that sharp.

I do find wideopen performance more of a "test" for sharpness rather than apertures stopped down alot.


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May 17, 2010 14:34 |  #269

I'm quite happy with my 7D. I was seeing some focus problems initially, but after setting the MF on my 17-55, they are sharp as a tack now. Have yet to get any good portrait shots, but here's one from the weekend.

BTW, this was shooting up at the meter, and the focus point was the bottom barcode. The top one is a bit OOF which is expected at this angle.


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May 17, 2010 15:11 |  #270

AlanU wrote in post #10190869 (external link)
At f/8 I certainly hope a lens produces images that sharp.

I do find wideopen performance more of a "test" for sharpness rather than apertures stopped down alot.

That is absolutely true, but certainly irrelevant in this thread. :)

This thread is about 7D 100% crops, no matter what lens or what aperture. It was started in response to some complaining that the 7D sensor is "soft"...


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