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Nov 18, 2011 18:40 |  #151

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Took my first portrait shots with the 1d and man I love them going to start shooting everything with the 1d!!!

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Nov 22, 2011 22:52 |  #152

Love this camera's AF! It's going to be a great winter...

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Nov 22, 2011 23:27 |  #153

Found a good deal on a iiN that I couldn't pass up. Shot my first game with it last week.

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Nov 23, 2011 07:04 as a reply to  @ post 13318166 |  #154

sorry, my mistake


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Nov 24, 2011 03:41 |  #155

Hi

I'm shooting a nativity play in a dark church. Up to what ISO on the 1D2 can I get usable shots w/o flash? I'll most probably use my 50mm as it has the 1.8 and I don't need the zoom as I can get up close.

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Nov 24, 2011 04:26 |  #156

been snapping now with this camera for some weeks, and think its still very capable light capturing device :) ISO1600 is very clean, and noise can easily be remedied with latest raw processors like ACR. big body stabilizes at low shutter speeds, with my normal lens (24-70), dont usually get much shake to photos at 1/30. f2.8 lens is usually enough for night shots in city without a tripod.

just for curiosity, Stalingrad still exists, in Paris :p

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Nov 24, 2011 09:06 |  #157

I shoot at ISO 3200 all the time for high school sports. They clean up incredibly well when done properly. But everyone is different and have different thoughts on this.


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Nov 24, 2011 09:53 as a reply to  @ pantherphotos's post |  #158

hi people!

I own a 1d mk IIN, and i'd love to know how can i do a full reset on this!!!


if there's anyone here to help me, i will appreciate that.:)




  
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Nov 24, 2011 09:56 |  #159

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Nov 24, 2011 13:14 |  #160

Reversed my 70-200 and shot this

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Nov 24, 2011 15:37 |  #161

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Reversed my 70-200 and shot this

Just held the lens to the body? Wow, cool shot!


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Nov 24, 2011 16:27 as a reply to  @ vince_ross's post |  #162

jarski wrote in post #13444599 (external link)
ISO1600 is very clean

pantherphotos wrote in post #13445174 (external link)
I shoot at ISO 3200 all the time for high school sports. They clean up incredibly well when done properly. But everyone is different and have different thoughts on this.

I was thinking of maybe getting a Mk ii but then read that anything over ISO 800 is going to be very noisy. That it is equally bad at higher ISO as the 40D. So I am a bit puzzled now about how you guys shoot at ISO 1600 or even ISO 3200 and have clean shots.
The reason I want to upgrade my 40D is because it doesn't do well at higher ISOs. I try to work around that by exposing to the right if possible and that helps a lot obviously, but still, if the Mk ii is not significantly better at it, then this camera is not right for me.


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Nov 24, 2011 16:47 |  #163

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #13446700 (external link)
The reason I want to upgrade my 40D is because it doesn't do well at higher ISOs. I try to work around that by exposing to the right if possible and that helps a lot obviously, but still, if the Mk ii is not significantly better at it, then this camera is not right for me.

I found the Mk II (and IIn) to be about the same noise performance as the 40D that they replaced. They're no worse, but no better. AF performance of the IIn is better though so I'm getting better pics.

Noise - First rule is QUIT PIXEL PEEPING. Process, apply some NR then export to a 1200x1500 JPG and look at that on your screen. Don't zoom in, just look at it. Does it look clean enough? I bet it will.

Noise is not that big of a problem in final prints. I find the loss of color fidelity, loss of resolution and the changes in contrast to be far greater problems than noise.


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Nov 24, 2011 20:58 |  #164

vince_ross wrote in post #13446545 (external link)
Just held the lens to the body? Wow, cool shot!

Yep! A bit tricky to get the focus, but it works.


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Nov 24, 2011 21:59 |  #165

n1as wrote in post #13446763 (external link)
I found the Mk II (and IIn) to be about the same noise performance as the 40D that they replaced. They're no worse, but no better. AF performance of the IIn is better though so I'm getting better pics.

Right. Thanks.

n1as wrote in post #13446763 (external link)
Noise - First rule is QUIT PIXEL PEEPING. Process, apply some NR then export to a 1200x1500 JPG and look at that on your screen. Don't zoom in, just look at it. Does it look clean enough? I bet it will.

Noise is not that big of a problem in final prints. I find the loss of color fidelity, loss of resolution and the changes in contrast to be far greater problems than noise.

What you find is what you find and not necessarily what I find. And please don't lecture me on noise. I know quite well how to prevent it and if it's there how to deal with it. I have a 40D, shoot at ISO400 most of the time, at ISO800 very often and am not afraid to shoot at ISO1600 or even higher and still end up with pretty decent shots with a level of noise that is very well manageable.
I would just like a camera that does a few stops better is all.


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