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Oct 19, 2010 22:36 as a reply to  @ post 11129214 |  #7756

Shot at ISO 1600 with the 70-200 2.8 IS, 1/60th, 2.8, 160mm, hand-held. Pushed the exposure a little in post, only default noise reduction (2/20 luminance, 0/20 chroma in DPP) was applied.

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Oct 19, 2010 23:08 |  #7757

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Take pictures of it!

I would, if I could stop playing it. I purchased it at 12:01AM on Tuesday. I stopped playing at 12:30PM to shoot some seniors. I got home at 8:20PM and haven't stopped playing since. This game is worse than drugs to me.


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Oct 19, 2010 23:35 |  #7758

hpulley wrote in post #11129214 (external link)
I got my 1DIIN relatively recently for $820 with 2 batts and a charger, strap and body cap.

For a 1DII beater those prices seem high, you can seemingly get them for $500-600 in user condition. Prices will be higher if they look good.

Where did you get it from? The only ones I've seen thus far are from this forum or amazon.com.
Where else should I be looking at?


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Oct 19, 2010 23:47 |  #7759

hpulley wrote in post #11129214 (external link)
I got my 1DIIN relatively recently for $820 with 2 batts and a charger, strap and body cap.

For a 1DII beater those prices seem high, you can seemingly get them for $500-600 in user condition. Prices will be higher if they look good.

well i finally got my MK II on Monday. Picked her up for 649 with battery and charger from one of our favorite on line camera retailers.

the bad: she has a little bit of body rash typical of these bodies. the retailer also advertised "with battery and charger". what they didnt advertise is that either the battery or the *cough* third party single charger is shot. did come with ac adapter though and the camera appears to be functioning just fine. just wish i still had my old xp box around so i can adjust the personal functions. guess ill be going to a buddy's house and hooking up to his mac.

the good: checked with Cancount as well as the raw data in photoshop and it is reporting 1488 actuations! i dont know if the shutter was ever replaced or if Canon resets the counter after a replacement, but i was pretty stoked.

hopefully the vendor allows me to send them the battery and charger for a replacement. Actually could care less about the battery, just send me the right charger!

Anyhow, i can now post in this thread. i think she will go well with my old :rolleyes: 5D!


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Oct 19, 2010 23:48 |  #7760

Here's one I shot on sunday of my cousin doing a flip on a trampoline.

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Oct 19, 2010 23:50 |  #7761

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Oct 19, 2010 23:58 |  #7762

1337. wrote in post #11122747 (external link)
great swimming shot! What iso and shutter speed did you shoot at? I hear shooting indoor swimming can be a real b****

Thanks for the comments mate.I play around 400-500 ISO wint a shutter speed of 1/800 to 1/1000 or even higher.:)


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Oct 20, 2010 00:40 |  #7763

I got my 1DII and 1DIIN both off eBay. Both came with a pair of real Canon batteries and charger. Both have some marks but I don't care, they'll have more marks after I'm through with them!


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Oct 20, 2010 04:12 as a reply to  @ hpulley's post |  #7764

Hi Guys, rather than start a new thread I thought I'd post here.(hope you don't mind)..:)

I'm seriously considering getting a 1D mark ii or ii N to play along side my 5D mark ii.
Are there any of you who shoot with the same set up?, would any of you recommend this? or should I save my pennies for a 7D?

There are some fantastic images here and the popularity of this thread makes me think these Camera's are still holding there own in today's world.

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Oct 20, 2010 05:16 |  #7765

*Jayrou wrote in post #11130448 (external link)
Hi Guys, rather than start a new thread I thought I'd post here.(hope you don't mind)..:)

I'm seriously considering getting a 1D mark ii or ii N to play along side my 5D mark ii.
Are there any of you who shoot with the same set up?, would any of you recommend this? or should I save my pennies for a 7D?

There are some fantastic images here and the popularity of this thread makes me think these Camera's are still holding there own in today's world.

Many thanks

I've got a friend who recently picked one up for when he shoots sports as a hobby, and uses the 5D mkII for weddings, and so far, he's been pretty satisfied. If you're interested in a 1d2, I've got one for sale.


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Oct 20, 2010 05:19 |  #7766

I am planning to get one of these again.

I miss the AF... too bad the 5D2's AF sucks compared to a 1 series.


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Oct 20, 2010 05:28 |  #7767

asamimasa wrote in post #11130581 (external link)
I've got a friend who recently picked one up for when he shoots sports as a hobby, and uses the 5D mkII for weddings, and so far, he's been pretty satisfied. If you're interested in a 1d2, I've got one for sale.

Thanks for your input, I already have my eyes on a few on ebay , just seeing how they pan out, how much where you looking for and what's the estimated shutter count?


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Oct 20, 2010 05:31 |  #7768

asamimasa wrote in post #11130581 (external link)
I've got a friend who recently picked one up for when he shoots sports as a hobby, and uses the 5D mkII for weddings, and so far, he's been pretty satisfied. If you're interested in a 1d2, I've got one for sale.

Also, I need it to be able to hold its own at weddings as a second body.


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Oct 20, 2010 05:32 |  #7769

*Jayrou wrote in post #11130618 (external link)
Also, I need it to be able to hold its own at weddings as a second body.

What kind of ISO's are you expecting to shoot at? personally for me the 1d2 has a soft limit of 1600, 3200 is only if you absolutely nail the exposure. If you need to shoot at 3200 constantly this probably isn't the camera for you.

//how did wedding photographers shoot pictures before digital and high ISOs?


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Oct 20, 2010 05:58 |  #7770

spiralspirit wrote in post #11130620 (external link)
What kind of ISO's are you expecting to shoot at? personally for me the 1d2 has a soft limit of 1600, 3200 is only if you absolutely nail the exposure. If you need to shoot at 3200 constantly this probably isn't the camera for you.

That will depend on the situation , but If I look through my wedding images there aren't many over 1600.


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