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Jul 08, 2012 12:11 |  #361

whitesell wrote in post #14681452 (external link)
Here are a couple of shots I took a couple hours ago. Shot in Raw, converted to jpg in-camera using default settings.
Please cut and paste these into your browser, they are too large to post here on this thread:
http://www.jimwhitesel​l.com/images/JW1D4549.​JPG (external link)
http://www.jimwhitesel​l.com/images/JW1D4550.​JPG (external link)

1DX w/ 70-200 2.8IS L II


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Jul 08, 2012 12:17 |  #362

spoiler alert: I don't shoot nikon, nor would i even own a d800 if i did.

itsafastworld85 wrote in post #14687646 (external link)
Better dynamic range than either of the canons discussed.


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Jul 08, 2012 12:23 |  #363

Whats with the spoiler alerts? You stated you were 34 not 13 :)




  
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Jul 08, 2012 12:30 |  #364

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Whats with the spoiler alerts? You stated you were 34 not 13 :)

34,, Pffft,, ive got a hemorrhoid that's 34:p,, I'm 55 this year,,,, that's a spoiler alert:lol:


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Jul 08, 2012 12:38 |  #365

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34,, Pffft,, ive got a hemorrhoid that's 34:p,, I'm 55 this year,,,, that's a spoiler alert:lol:

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Jul 08, 2012 14:10 |  #366

whitesell wrote in post #14681452 (external link)
Here are a couple of shots I took a couple hours ago. Shot in Raw, converted to jpg in-camera using default settings.
Please cut and paste these into your browser, they are too large to post here on this thread:
http://www.jimwhitesel​l.com/images/JW1D4549.​JPG (external link)
http://www.jimwhitesel​l.com/images/JW1D4550.​JPG (external link)

1DX w/ 70-200 2.8IS L II


Regards,
Jim

I'm going to be the only one saying this, But as far as Sharpness goes, I just don't see it in these two Pictures. There very soft. I think this is because your allowing the Camera to convert to Jpeg and I'm sure your just messing around, But what i do is, Shoot RAW, and Let Photoshop (I think Lightroom does the same) Properly Convert to Jpeg through Image Processor. Shooting in RAW usually means No Halos. I notice it with my Kiss X5 and 50mm 1.8 shot in RAW. Looks Amazing, No Halo's. So Shoot in RAW but let Photoshop Convert it to Jpeg through Image Processor. You will notice it will keep the sharpness which In-Camera and DPP do not. They give off halo's. May not sound like a big deal to most people. But i sure notice it. lol DPP is so overrated.

Edit: Do you still have the RAW Files?


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Jul 08, 2012 16:47 |  #367

From yesterday's shoot:

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Jul 08, 2012 16:50 |  #368

DJHaze596 wrote in post #14688049 (external link)
I'm going to be the only one saying this, But as far as Sharpness goes, I just don't see it in these two Pictures. There very soft. I think this is because your allowing the Camera to convert to Jpeg and I'm sure your just messing around, But what i do is, Shoot RAW, and Let Photoshop (I think Lightroom does the same) Properly Convert to Jpeg through Image Processor. Shooting in RAW usually means No Halos. I notice it with my Kiss X5 and 50mm 1.8 shot in RAW. Looks Amazing, No Halo's. So Shoot in RAW but let Photoshop Convert it to Jpeg through Image Processor. You will notice it will keep the sharpness which In-Camera and DPP do not. They give off halo's. May not sound like a big deal to most people. But i sure notice it. lol DPP is so overrated.

Edit: Do you still have the RAW Files?

Hi, I agree regarding sharpness -- that's why I specified these were converted in-camera. I hadn't downloaded the raw files yet when I posted these (I still haven't looked at them in LR - I've been too busy shooting this week to mess with these at all).

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Jul 08, 2012 16:53 |  #369

Mig 29A at the 2012 Royal International Air Tatoo in Fairford england
Straight out of camera Jpg's put through photoshop to resize for web.
All shot with a 1Dx and EF 600mm f/4 L IS II hand held
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Canon EOS 1Dx + EF 600mm F/4 L IS II ISO-800 f/5.6 1/4000 sec. lightly cropped]
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Canon EOS 1Dx + EF 600mm F/4 L IS II ISO-800 f/5.6 1/4000 sec. medium crop

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Canon EOS 1Dx + EF 600mm F/4 L IS II ISO-800 f/5.6 1/4000 sec heavy crop.

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Jul 08, 2012 18:33 |  #370

SeverianTL wrote in post #14682854 (external link)
According to my exif viewer for the JW1D4549.JPG:

He needs to set the date properly it seems. :p

whitesell wrote in post #14683551 (external link)
I haven't even downloaded the images yet -- so I haven't looked at the extended EXIF. Thanks SeverianTL for posting the data in the file - and yes, I've fixed the date :)

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Jul 08, 2012 18:34 |  #371

Banger wrote in post #14687122 (external link)
I took the liberty Jim I hope that's okay. From the puck on the stick shot.

Date Time Original: 2012:05:06 17:54:14
Exposure Time: 1/5000
F Number: f / 2.80
Exposure Program: Aperture priority
ISO Speed Ratings: 640
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Focal Length: 180mm
White Balance: Auto white balance
Make: Canon
Model: Canon EOS-1D X
LensInfo: 4
LensModel: EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USMt
LensSerialNumber: 0000c02f33

From the one behind the net.

Date Time Original: 2012:05:06 17:53:01
Exposure Time: 1/6400
F Number: f / 2.80
Exposure Program: Aperture priority
ISO Speed Ratings: 640
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Focal Length: 120mm
White Balance: Auto white balance
Make: Canon
Model: Canon EOS-1D X
LensInfo: 4
LensModel: EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USMt
LensSerialNumber: 0000c02f33

Thanks. I'm very impressed with the ISO performance. :)




  
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Jul 08, 2012 18:46 |  #372

itsafastworld85 wrote in post #14687631 (external link)
No sorry I thought canon included a self destruct mechanism the second it clicked over the rated number. :rolleyes:

As I said people still ignore what other people need and base their opinion on what suits them best. That's great we should all spec our kit lists to our specific requirements but there's alot of people ignoring pieces of kit when recommending to other people because they don't use those functions.

Heck if I was a wedding or landscape tog I probably wouldn't even consider either and put a d800 in my bag.

I have a D800 and love it but, I've always favored 1D bodies for AF and solid build. There is no way a 5D III can match it's AF performance of the 1D X. :)

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I love my 1DIV, even though it's shipping out tomorrow. I have never shot with the 5DIII, so can't comment on the quality, functions, or feel of that camera. But I can tell everyone that after owning and shooting with the 1DX, I'll likely not own another body. Absolutely zero buyer's remorse. I was hesitant, going from the 1DIV and 5DClassic, but I am 100% glad I did it. Good luck to all those who are waiting. For those with no interest in owning one (but who still seem to comment in the 1DX owners thread), don't shoot with one unless you are OK buying one. It's certainly a big step forward in many regards.

I had no remorse when I bought my two 1Ds III back then and picking up the 1D X shouldn't bother me at all. What's really important to me is how well the sensor performs. :)I've been reading elsewhere and the 1D X has a slight edge in ISO.

itsafastworld85 wrote in post #14687646 (external link)
Better dynamic range than either of the canons discussed.

Yes the D800 has better/more DR but, a lot won't use it bcoz' most don't need that many pixels. :)




  
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Jul 08, 2012 18:49 |  #373

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Yes the D800 has better/more DR but, a lot won't use it bcoz' most don't need that many pixels. :)

Yep, for my current work it would cause me more issues than anything having such big file sizes.

Which is why ive tried to say in this thread that the people saying theres no point in the 1dx only buy a 5dmkiii for half the cost are totally ignoring the needs other photographers may have.




  
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Jul 08, 2012 18:52 |  #374

itsafastworld85 wrote in post #14689058 (external link)
Yep, for my current work it would cause me more issues than anything having such big file sizes.

Which is why ive tried to say in this thread that the people saying theres no point in the 1dx only buy a 5dmkiii for half the cost are totally ignoring the needs other photographers may have.

You're right but, even hobbyists like to spend money too. ;)




  
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Jul 09, 2012 04:26 |  #375

jdizzle wrote in post #14689040 (external link)
I had no remorse when I bought my two 1Ds III back then and picking up the 1D X shouldn't bother me at all. What's really important to me is how well the sensor performs. :)I've been reading elsewhere and the 1D X has a slight edge in ISO.

Julian, I have sold my 1dsiii to fund the 1dx purchase, do you think I 'll regret it, at least at low ISO??
For a pro is an easy choice, but for a hobbyist the big cost must be spent wisely in all aspects.




  
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