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May 29, 2011 21:32 |  #4366

Does the screen have a fuse?


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May 29, 2011 21:43 |  #4367

This shot is kind of a culmination of lots of new toys for me :D. The first being the 5D which I haven't owned for very long. Then there's the 17-40L I just picked up a couple weeks ago. Then there's the Kenko extension tubes I put on for fun and lastly my Marumi CPL filter. And all I've got to show for it all so far is this "weed"! I kinda like it though :D


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May 29, 2011 22:35 |  #4368

I don't know...it was also acting like the shutter was being pressed (it would start focusing as soon as it was turned on). The tech had taken it apart.. I was told it had at least one blown fuse.

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May 29, 2011 23:15 |  #4369

cool pic of the 'weed'


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May 30, 2011 00:33 |  #4370

Went on a walk-about to take some pics yesterday (some more to come later):

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May 30, 2011 04:45 |  #4371

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May 30, 2011 04:51 |  #4372

What would you say was the "usable" ISO on the 5d classic?


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May 30, 2011 05:00 |  #4373

It's extremely clean up to ISO 800. In fact, I often look at photos on the computer and forget I was at ISO 800, it's so clean.

ISO 1600 is a fair bit noisier so I'd recommend you nail the exposure (expose to the right) and you'll still get good results. Some of the newer crop cameras are on par with the 5Dc at ISO 1600.

ISO 3200 is much noisier as the camera doesn't support it natively... it basically underexposes by 1 stop and pushes it afterwards.


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May 30, 2011 06:02 |  #4374

Here is one that I took of my son and one of his friends on Easter. It was taken with the 5Dc and Sigma 50 1.4.


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May 30, 2011 06:16 |  #4375

JoYork wrote in post #12502648 (external link)
It's extremely clean up to ISO 800. In fact, I often look at photos on the computer and forget I was at ISO 800, it's so clean.

ISO 1600 is a fair bit noisier so I'd recommend you nail the exposure (expose to the right) and you'll still get good results. Some of the newer crop cameras are on par with the 5Dc at ISO 1600.

ISO 3200 is much noisier as the camera doesn't support it natively... it basically underexposes by 1 stop and pushes it afterwards.

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May 30, 2011 06:19 as a reply to  @ post 12501265 |  #4376

A quick test of my 17-40mm I just got off eBay, weather has been bad so not been out yet :(

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May 30, 2011 07:19 |  #4377

mtimber wrote in post #12502636 (external link)
What would you say was the "usable" ISO on the 5d classic?

Depends on your noise reduction software and what you're doing with the images. I use 3200 without being overly worried.


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May 30, 2011 07:46 |  #4378

pridash wrote in post #12502893 (external link)
Depends on your noise reduction software and what you're doing with the images. I use 3200 without being overly worried.

Noise reduction? wtf. I use up to the maximum 1600 without any noise reduction. Dont use 3200 in camera, you can get better quality even underexposing one stop and then manually increasing expose one stop in PP.




  
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May 30, 2011 11:07 as a reply to  @ antti-hannes's post |  #4379

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May 30, 2011 11:36 |  #4380

antti-hannes wrote in post #12502949 (external link)
Noise reduction? wtf. I use up to the maximum 1600 without any noise reduction. Dont use 3200 in camera, you can get better quality even underexposing one stop and then manually increasing expose one stop in PP.

As i said, it really depends on what you're doing with the image. When you shoot in a dark place where 1/50 1.4 iso3200 is still underexposed and you're pushing exposure in pp, believe me you need NR! :lol: But yh in normal circumstances I really dont need to apply any. The key thing to reduce noise, is to get your exposure right in camera.


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