I would guess I am advanced amateur. So I have never handled the 1D mkiv or a 1Ds. I am very fortunate enough to afford a 5d mkiii this year, and am blown away by it. It may be just me, but I think the higher ISO just kills my 7d. Does anyone have experience with the new 5D, and Canon's other top of the line models? How do they compare to each other? Are the ISO capabilities fairly equal, or is it new technology that makes the 5Diii's high ISO's usable. These questions would also help potential buyers who is choosing from the 1D and 5d lines, from a image quality only stand point.
This shot was taken in near darkness, It is noisy at 100% crop, but its perfectly fine for printing or web use. it was a lot darker than what appears, and still got the focus( a little slower though). Taken at f2.8 ISO 25,600. I bet a f1.2 or f1.4 is amazingly good. I dont think my 7d could come close to this quality in near darkness.
My son watching TV on the couch.
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