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1D4 and 5D3 Processed Through LR 4.1

 
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Mar 30, 2012 00:41 |  #16

JeffreyG wrote in post #14177308 (external link)
I'll start with ISO 6400 and zero NR.

You sure about that? I would expect to see at least some color noise. I'm guessing perhaps the color noise slider is defaulted to 25 right?




  
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Mar 30, 2012 05:08 |  #17

nicksan wrote in post #14178993 (external link)
You sure about that? I would expect to see at least some color noise. I'm guessing perhaps the color noise slider is defaulted to 25 right?

You are correct, I didn't think about the noise setting. It is the same for both.


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Mar 30, 2012 05:10 |  #18

Use the zeroed preset in Lightroom, maybe.


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Mar 30, 2012 05:19 |  #19

Looks like the pictures are taken from different distances in the full frame versions. Hard to make conclusions from the cropped parts then.
The conclusion I can draw is that both cameras are good and that you have a cute kid.


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Mar 30, 2012 05:22 |  #20

If you like, this is with the color noise slider also zeroed. I rarely think about color noise because it is simple to get rid of without losing any detail. These are the ISO 6400 shots again, now with zero luminance or color noise reduction.


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Mar 30, 2012 05:53 |  #21

Its a toss up between the two. I prefer the smaller body and lower price of the 5D3 over the 1D4. If I needed beefier build or 10 fps, I'd be looking for a used 1D4.


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Mar 30, 2012 08:28 |  #22

I wouldn't mind seeing the same comparison using in-camera JPG. I've noticed that the 5D3 high ISO JPG processing is pretty amazing.


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Mar 30, 2012 09:48 |  #23

Staszek wrote in post #14179695 (external link)
Its a toss up between the two. I prefer the smaller body and lower price of the 5D3 over the 1D4. If I needed beefier build or 10 fps, I'd be looking for a used 1D4.


THIS ^^^^^^^^


Jeff. thanks a ton. This was the test i really wanted to see. You did a good job here. Pretty amazing how close these 2 bodies are. Advantages go both direction. We are talking a $1500.00 price difference B/T the 2 bodies. By the time you factor a grip, its more like a $1100.00 difference. Thank you canon for finally giving everyone a good choice at this price point for the professional market.

It justifys the upgrade price to the 5D3 for many. Your gettting very close 1D results with the 5D3 upgrade. It justifys the upgrade to an MKIV. Your getting build quality and speed and shutter life with a very very negligible performance factor with IQ and speed.

Its a draw, but Im my mind a big advantage to the MKIV. Build quality with a 300K shutter to a 150K shutter for the 5D3 would make me keep or buy an MIKV over a 5D3 alone. Other will disagree. So be it.


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Mar 30, 2012 12:16 |  #24

I'm seeing noticeably more detail on the 5D3 over the 1DIV, but that's to be expected with the extra resolution and sensor size. The ISO performance of both of these cameras is a-maaaazing. I wish I could get shots retaining this much detail at even 3200 with my 1Diii




  
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Mar 30, 2012 17:47 |  #25

Thanks for the tests.


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Mar 30, 2012 18:06 |  #26

Hmm... thanks for posting.


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Apr 17, 2012 04:34 as a reply to  @ themadman's post |  #27

I seem to like the image of the 1D MKIV better.




  
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Apr 17, 2012 12:10 |  #28

Thanks for posting these tests! I agree with umphotography's post above about the advantage with the 1D4. I'll be shopping for a used copy as soon as the 1DX is released. I should have enough $$$ saved up by then.


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Apr 17, 2012 12:23 |  #29

are these 100% crops of both?


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Apr 17, 2012 12:28 |  #30

I still prefer the color rendering on the 1D better, especially the reds. It feels like it has more "pop" to me. I was able to grab a used 1DM4 with ~6K on the shutter and an extra battery for $4,300.


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