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7D vs 5DII for ISO

 
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Aug 18, 2011 19:04 |  #31

7D ISO 3200

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Aug 18, 2011 20:05 |  #32

7D ISO 6400 (well 3200 pushed a stop, same thing).

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Aug 19, 2011 01:56 |  #33

That's a great shot, I get an awful lot of noise on my 7D though when shooting at 3200 or 6400, that's a really good example though :) I think people are now getting a little carried away with this thread, I just wanted to know if the noise levels on the 5D were better than on the 7D using higher ISO in lower light :)


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Aug 19, 2011 02:01 |  #34

kingbob734 wrote in post #12961552 (external link)
That's a great shot, I get an awful lot of noise on my 7D though when shooting at 3200 or 6400, that's a really good example though :) I think people are now getting a little carried away with this thread, I just wanted to know if the noise levels on the 5D were better than on the 7D using higher ISO in lower light :)

1-stop better.


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Aug 19, 2011 04:08 |  #35

Ahh thanks, straight to the point lol ;)


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Aug 19, 2011 05:57 |  #36

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Well Iam too old to get into any pissin matches here...I enjoy this forum and love reading the posts and enjoying all the great captures posted from all over the world...I will say that my 7d is great for my birding out side in good light...but when I move indoors I grab the old 5d

The 7D will very, very closely match your 5D at ISO 3200 using the same exposure. Usually with age comes the wisdom to just admit where you might be wrong and to pick your battles, so maybe you aren't as old as you think you are. ;)


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Aug 19, 2011 12:49 |  #37

kingbob734 wrote in post #12961552 (external link)
That's a great shot, I get an awful lot of noise on my 7D though when shooting at 3200 or 6400, that's a really good example though :) I think people are now getting a little carried away with this thread, I just wanted to know if the noise levels on the 5D were better than on the 7D using higher ISO in lower light :)

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Aug 19, 2011 14:27 |  #38

I do use it, not all the time though, most stuff just done on PS cs5, iv had some great results, and since having the 24L rather than my Sig 30mm, i find it doesn't hunt in low light and the AF is a lot more accurate which really helps. :D


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Aug 19, 2011 14:35 |  #39

Since you do have it all you need to do is import your images, sort them under the metadata tab by ISO speed and then apply NR for each ISO speed and sync. There is a video on Adobe's site that really does a good job of explaining how sync works. I can't tell you how much time this has saved me in the last year or so, I used to process images one by one in PS.


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Aug 19, 2011 14:56 |  #40

Thanks for the probably life and stress saving tip haha, ill give this a try later :D iv used it but only experimental, most of my works always been done on PS. Iv finally put my sigma 30 and 70-200 f4 IS up for sale so i can purchase the new MKII, cant wait to get it!


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