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Oct 19, 2011 00:25 |  #6856

Of that I have no doubt. :)
Guess it all comes down to how useable it is on the 50D then.


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Oct 19, 2011 01:12 |  #6857

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Oct 19, 2011 02:50 |  #6858

Though I have heard many people rave about how much better the 5D is at high ISO vs 50D, IMO the difference is trivial.

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Soo... 5Dc users, how does the 5Dc compare to the 50D in terms of noise at ISO3200?


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Oct 19, 2011 08:47 |  #6859

Arteel wrote in post #13272184 (external link)
Though I have heard many people rave about how much better the 5D is at high ISO vs 50D, IMO the difference is trivial.

My 5d manages noise better than my 60d both at iso 3200 imo.

The difference I find is that with higher iso on the 60d I loose detail/sharpness wheras the detail is still there to a greater extent on the 5d.


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Oct 19, 2011 09:02 |  #6860

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My 5d manages noise better than my 60d both at iso 3200 imo.

The difference I find is that with higher iso on the 60d I loose detail/sharpness wheras the detail is still there to a greater extent on the 5d.

Isn't 3200 ISO on the 5d artificial? (i.e. the camera brightens the image and applies some NR).


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Oct 19, 2011 09:14 |  #6861

Mookalafalas wrote in post #13273070 (external link)
Isn't 3200 ISO on the 5d artificial? (i.e. the camera brightens the image and applies some NR).

Ya, it's expanded but it works fine for me.


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Oct 19, 2011 09:37 |  #6862

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Oct 19, 2011 09:54 |  #6863

My baby broke!!!!! Anyone have an experience with the camera just NOT turning on suddenly, capootsy??

I read online it could be dirty (and no its not I checked it all, I baby the hell out of it) or that the date/time battery should be replaced. I could not get the dang screws undone!! I even had a guy at ace hardware try and a guy at walgreens, we broke two little cheap screw drivers. I stopped there in fear of damaging the screws (they are fine tho, nothing stripped). So off it went to Canon, *SOB*.

I MISS MY BABY!! I rented a 5D Classic from a lensrental place, I already have the extra bats and grip and my 50L sitting around not being able to be used. I considered sending the lens for calibration but its super sharp even at 1.2 so I opted to keep it so I could rent a backup and still shoot. I have a nikon but ZOMG I miss my 5D!!!!

Anyone have this happen and have it be okay??? Something small??? I have a 2008 model so it should not be that weird mirror problem (and I looked inside to me it looked solid). GAHHHH!!!!

I get the replacement next week, and I think my camera will arrive in VA today, anxious for my confirmation arrival email!!

I did get a weird "card read error" on it right before it went out. I have two batteries so I tested both, my charger appears to work just fine and I tried other memory cards.

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Oct 19, 2011 10:42 |  #6864

Pixie, that's a bummer. Hope it turns out to be fixable....

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Oct 19, 2011 11:02 |  #6865

Out of shear curiosity, does anyone else feel the need to bump the saturation on their shots with the 5Dc? I did some candids at a gathering last week and I felt like they weren't that bad, but I actually accidentally bumped the saturation in one by a bit and I feel like it looked alot better.

This would be shooting in the normal 3,0,0,0 mode, so it could simply be that I need to change that up a bit too...


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Oct 19, 2011 12:37 |  #6866

Just joined 5Dc club a while ago. I hope I'll post some pics later ;)


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Oct 19, 2011 13:13 |  #6867

Arteel wrote in post #13272184 (external link)
Though I have heard many people rave about how much better the 5D is at high ISO vs 50D, IMO the difference is trivial.

I would not say it is trivial. I have less noise on my 5d at 3200 than my 50d at 1600, especially color noise.


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Oct 19, 2011 14:12 |  #6868

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I would not say it is trivial. I have less noise on my 5d at 3200 than my 50d at 1600, especially color noise.

Yeah. I dunno whats this stuff about trivial difference at ISO3200 between the 50D and 5D. One of the biggest things that blew me away on the 5D and the 5D2 was the ISO performance. Its ridiculously good and when I went from the 50D to 5D the difference at ISO 1600 and 3200 was significant. Again this can be subjective to how much one assess as a lot of noise. But those were my thoughts at the time of the switch. A large difference in colour noise and overall noise.


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Oct 19, 2011 14:48 |  #6869

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Oct 19, 2011 19:49 |  #6870

Every time I see portraits here they are so adorable. Thanks for all who keep posting them here!
This is the main reason why I like to keep 5Dc. Best camera for portraits.

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