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Canon 5D Mark III In Camera HDR and High ISO Test Images

 
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Mar 22, 2012 07:15 |  #61

Uggh, I told myself "no, I don't need another camera" and now I want one after seeing the first post. :(

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Mar 22, 2012 08:25 |  #62

I think this has now been clarified but to open 5D3 Raw files you need the ACR beta and I think photoshop to go along with it. New CS6 beta is also out today so maybe that will work too. I used the ACR beta and PSCS5 to open the raws that people hosted on the web last week.

Also HDR mode will only do 3 shots. It creates a jpeg. Multiple exposure mode uses RAWs and creates a RAW file but it is like stacking pictures on each other so a different thing.

One question to the OP. Does the camera save the 3 Raws when shooting in HDR mode or does it delete them and only save the HDR jpeg. Would be nice to have the 3 raws in case you didn't like the result of the incamera processing. Then if the camera did a good job you have no work to do in post but if not then you can resort to the traditional Photomatix or whatever you use.

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Mar 22, 2012 08:50 |  #63

arbitrage wrote in post #14131492 (external link)
Does the camera save the 3 Raws when shooting in HDR mode or does it delete them and only save the HDR jpeg.

Yes, you have the option to save originals or just the HDR Image. I'm always going to save the originals!


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Mar 22, 2012 09:00 |  #64

arbitrage wrote in post #14131492 (external link)
One question to the OP. Does the camera save the 3 Raws when shooting in HDR mode or does it delete them and only save the HDR jpeg. Would be nice to have the 3 raws in case you didn't like the result of the incamera processing. Then if the camera did a good job you have no work to do in post but if not then you can resort to the traditional Photomatix or whatever you use.

Yeah, it saves the original raw files and the composite Jpeg so you can process the raw files manually if you would like.... :cool:


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Mar 22, 2012 09:00 |  #65

arbitrage wrote in post #14131492 (external link)
One question to the OP. Does the camera save the 3 Raws when shooting in HDR mode or does it delete them and only save the HDR jpeg. Would be nice to have the 3 raws in case you didn't like the result of the incamera processing.

the manual states it's an option in the HDR menu to keep ALL THREE raws and the resulting JPEG or just the JPEG.


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Mar 22, 2012 14:39 |  #66

Oh yeah...can't wait. Just checked my B&H order status and it says "shipped" !

Thank you for posting these test images. I am very impressed with the results and it confirms the money will be well spent...now to sell my 2 month old 5D2 !!!!!!!


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Mar 28, 2012 01:30 |  #67

Wow. So excited for mine to come in!!! Those are amazing photos.


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Apr 26, 2012 12:21 |  #68

Wow that is a stunning venue, not to mention the images!

5D3 is a but a pipe dream for me... :p


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