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Aug 20, 2010 06:53 |  #1

Last night I decided to just shoot things around my house at ISO 12,800 and only at 12,800 and was really surprised how much detail the 7D can really can hold for such a high ISO. I will post some later, but I figure why not have a topic where people can post any of their images at ISO 12,800 or greater... If you post, please share how you processed the image or if you used any 3rd party noise reduction software.

Due to request because people are having trouble with what I am asking:

1.) It does NOT have to be native ISO... It can be 6400 pushed +1 stop or 3200 pushed +2 stops, etc...
2.) Does NOT have to be Canon... Any brand is fine.
3.) "Equiv" ISO 12,800 or greater.
4.) Please, no bickering... This is just a thread to post some examples like any lens sample thread. Not to be used for endless side discussion.
5.) Camera spec or EXIF data welcome when posting.


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Aug 20, 2010 09:01 |  #2

So where are yours?


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Aug 20, 2010 09:10 |  #3

Here are a couple:

Canon 50D/Sigmalux with in-camera NR set to "standard"; RAW converted to jpeg in Photoshop CS5 after moderately reducing noise and bumping up the contrast.

1/400, f/2.8, ISO 12800, ambient

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Aug 20, 2010 09:24 as a reply to  @ Davie82's post |  #4

ISO3200 on 1DII + 2 stops in post. Effective 12800. NeatImage.

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Not bad for a 6 year old camera. NeatImage works brilliantly on the 1DII.

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Aug 20, 2010 09:27 |  #5

Looks like you missed the point a bit of this thread JEmerson, the OP was asking for ISO 12800 shots, yours is shot at ISO 3200 and then noisereduced in post. You missed it by about 6 years.. :)

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Aug 20, 2010 09:34 |  #6

Magnus3D wrote in post #10756277 (external link)
Looks like you missed the point a bit of this thread JEmerson, the OP was asking for ISO 12800 shots, yours is shot at ISO 3200 and then noisereduced in post. You missed it by about 6 years.. :)

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Nope. I'm not, ISO3200 (underexposed two stops on purpose) +2 stops (back to normal exposure)= ISO12800.
It's just like pushing ISO400 film to 1600. You shoot it as ISO1600 and process it to get it up to 1600.

Otherwise even 7D, 5DII, 1DsIII and 1DIII users can't contribute!!! (only the 1DIV IIRC goes to true 12800 at the moment)


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Aug 20, 2010 09:47 |  #7

I think the OP is looking specifically for images from cameras that can go to ISO 12,800, so naturally that excludes a lot of cameras. ISO 3200 is ISO 3200, no matter what you do in PP.


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Aug 20, 2010 09:54 |  #8

Davie82 wrote in post #10756366 (external link)
I think the OP is looking specifically for images from cameras that can go to ISO 12,800, so naturally that excludes a lot of cameras. ISO 3200 is ISO 3200, no matter what you do in PP.

The only canon camera that does that is the 1DIV though.

The others (including 5DII and 7D etc. just do exactly what I've done there.)


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Aug 20, 2010 09:57 |  #9

JEmerson wrote in post #10756402 (external link)
The only canon camera that does that is the 1DIV though?

50D, 5Dmk2, T1i, t2i, 7D and 1Dm4 should all have selectable ISO 12800 in camera.

Although an ISO 3200 shot pushed to 12800 by software is at a distinct disadvantage to in camera ISO 12800.


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Aug 20, 2010 09:58 |  #10

malla1962 wrote in post #10756147 (external link)
So where are yours?

I am currently at work, so I do not have access to uploading them (I mentioned this in my opening post). I will get some up though... I just wanted to start the topic off, at least.


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Aug 20, 2010 09:59 |  #11

tkbslc wrote in post #10756416 (external link)
50D, 5Dmk2, T1i, t2i, 7D and 1Dm4 should all have selectable ISO 12800 in camera.

Although an ISO 3200 shot pushed to 12800 by software is at a distinct disadvantage to in camera ISO 12800.

The 50D, 5DII, T1i, T2i and 7D, all underexpose (although the meter compensates) and it then pushes the file in camera. (So your result is 3200+2 or 6400+1 on these cameras - it's just the camera itself has compensated before you get to touch the shot.) Whereas a 1DIV is the only canon model that shoots 12800.


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Aug 20, 2010 10:00 |  #12

JEmerson wrote in post #10756429 (external link)
The 50D, 5DII, T1i, T2i and 7D, all underexpose (although the meter compensates) and it then pushes the file in camera. (So your result is 3200+2 or 1600+3 or 6400+1 on these cameras - it's just the camera itself has compensated before you get to touch the shot.)

I know, but it looks better than doing it yourself for some reason. Or maybe I just suck at doing it in software :)


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Aug 20, 2010 10:02 |  #13

I took a large fine JPEG from a RAW+JPEG shot with my 7D. All settings were neutral and there was no processing. The first image is the uncropped JPEG shrunk from 5184x3186 down to 1000x667 to meet the forum posting requirements.

Note that simply downsampling a picture greatly reduces noise.. To demonstrate the difference, I cropped out the trailer wheels from the full size image to show the noise as it appears at 12800.


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Aug 20, 2010 10:04 |  #14

D700+ 70-300mm 1/60 f/4.5 70mm ISO 12800... not really a nice photo, was just testing the camera.

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Aug 20, 2010 10:05 |  #15

^
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Take a shot at ISO400. Add two stops in PP. Compare it to an ISO1600 shot. The ISO1600 shot is much better.

Now take a shot at the highest 'real' ISO (Is it 3200 or 6400 on the 7D?). Add one stop in PP. Take a photo at 12800 on the 7D. Compare it; the results should be identical.


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