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Mar 03, 2012 07:18 |  #1

http://www.dpreview.co​m …noneos5dmarkiii​-isoseries (external link)


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Mar 03, 2012 10:49 |  #2

Can't wait until they put the 5D3 head to head with the D800. That will an interesting report.




  
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Mar 03, 2012 13:08 as a reply to  @ rick_reno's post |  #3

very clean and detailed even @ 6400!


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Mar 03, 2012 17:28 |  #4

Ya but the RAW files need to be seen to know the truth. Looking at the comments at dpreview it seems the 5Diii is about a stop better than the 5Dii and the digic 5 is overprocessing the jpegs at high ISO. Eagerly awaiting the full review and studio RAW samples


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Mar 06, 2012 12:51 |  #5

at least one stop better than the 5D2, probably 1.5 - 2. I know that 2 stops would be pretty damn handy... hell, even one more stop would be nice as hell.


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Mar 07, 2012 15:15 |  #6

I've never had the need to go beyond 3200, but I've often spent some time cleaning up my 5D's 1600 files. This seems more than usable even at 12800... Quite an impressive result, although with a 40D and a 5D, I'm relatively easily impressed.

Tungsten lights are often ugly and in awkward places - I like placing a few subtle flashes at tactical places and triggering them by selecting channels on the transmitter.
It would be nice to be able to shoot in very low light with just a hint of fill flash) and still expose the room normal around sync speed. A clean ISO 3200 allows that (probably even 1600), so this gives a lot of wiggle room for my style.
What I'm trying to say is that with clean ISO's like this, I could use my flash(es) to shape the light rather than light the scene.

Of course, clean high ISO is always nice to recover poor shots as it probably translates into boosting the shadows of lower ISO shots as well.

I wonder how the shadow noise on this camera is at like ISO 800 if you boost the exposure by 2 stops in LR... Nobody ever tests for that :/

I guess I have to start saving up then :0


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Mar 07, 2012 15:45 |  #7

Very impressive ISO, used it today at the Focus show UK the HDR will be a handy accessory, AF speed is great! And shutter speed is good. They also had the D800 but the Que was huge due to only one being at the show, Canon had 3 5D mkIII with different lenses so no ques...


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Mar 07, 2012 18:49 |  #8

Pixel Boy wrote in post #14044744 (external link)
Very impressive ISO, used it today at the Focus show UK the HDR will be a handy accessory, AF speed is great! And shutter speed is good. They also had the D800 but the Que was huge due to only one being at the show, Canon had 3 5D mkIII with different lenses so no ques...

I managed to try the D800 the queue's thinned out near 1800.
The D800 at ISO 25600 jpeg large fine with noise reduction set to high looked very good with plenty of detail , compared to the Canon 5dMK3 at 25,600 they both looked great.




  
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Mar 07, 2012 18:59 |  #9
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Sher wrote in post #14015019 (external link)
very clean and detailed even @ 6400!


I like the picture when the ISO is at 50...crisp and sharp..considering there is no noise reduction post processing....




  
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