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Sep 24, 2010 11:04 |  #1

... I would like to see this:

Someone with perhaps a 5D II and a 10D, or 20D, D30 or D60 (the old ones) or whatever, just make a simple comparison. We all know the newer cameras have more resolution and ISO performance, but what about image quality at "ideal" conditions?

It would be really interesting to see how much the dynamic range and color reproduction have improved. Of course it would have to bee with the same glass, really side-by-side. Just looking around for 5DII and 10D pictures won't help much. Let's see some cameras compete!

... Or if anyone has links, I'll be glad to check them out!




  
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Sep 24, 2010 11:11 |  #2

Subscribing to watch the discussion but I'm thinking that neither dynamic range or color reproduction have changed much, just resolution and noise. But DxO does give a very good laboratory analysis of the various sensors. This does not directly translate in IQ as there are numerous other variables affectin IQ, but it does give you a sense of where the image sensor is improving.
http://dxomark.com …/Canon/%28brand​3%29/Canon (external link)


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Sep 24, 2010 12:31 |  #3
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There is not that much difference. Really !
I still use my 20D and waited for the 5D MKii
but ... I ended up buying the 5D C.
Besides video which I would not use - 5D MKii
has like 30 % more lateral resolution than 5D C
eventho its got 80 % more MPs.
If the 5D MKii had a better AF system - I prob would have got it
but since they did not - thought I would skip the MKii and wait for the MKiii.
If you are interested in someone elses view
with a ton of valid tech like stuff ...
http://www.clarkvision​.com …rmance.summary/​index.html (external link)


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Sep 24, 2010 13:17 |  #4

Dores wrote in post #10970263 (external link)
... I would like to see this:

Someone with perhaps a 5D II and a 10D, or 20D, D30 or D60 (the old ones) or whatever, just make a simple comparison. We all know the newer cameras have more resolution and ISO performance, but what about image quality at "ideal" conditions?

It would be really interesting to see how much the dynamic range and color reproduction have improved. Of course it would have to bee with the same glass, really side-by-side. Just looking around for 5DII and 10D pictures won't help much. Let's see some cameras compete!

... Or if anyone has links, I'll be glad to check them out!

compare same sample images from all the cameras -

http://www.imaging-resource.com/IMCOMP/CO​MPS01.HTM (external link)




  
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Sep 24, 2010 19:48 |  #5

Hmm; I have a friend @ work with a 10D, another with a 30D, one with a 7d a GF with an xt... maybe I'll give this a go in the upcoming few weeks...


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Sep 24, 2010 19:57 |  #6

Prints reveal tenfold what a monitor does.

And all the more reason why one should print their photos to complete the photographic process, rather than only viewing on screen. There is a difference.


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